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My ama see a judge time line


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Here's my timeline

2014 denied quite a few claims

2015 reopened the claims I was denied and was again denied due to never being notified of several c@p exams that I didn't attend due to not being notified

2016 put in Nod appeal

2018 changed from NOD appeal to Ramp

Jan 2019 denied all Ramp appeals

Feb 2019 put in Nod for ama see a judge lane

AMA Hearing scheduled Dec 2019

So in my case the ama see a judge lane only took 10 months from NOD filed to hearing date

Color me impressed...I figured it would be 2 years.

So......now what do I do lol????? DAV filed the ama NOD for me. Will one of them go with me to see the judge ala video conference?

That seems to make sense to me but I have no clue????

With my ssdi see a judge video conference my lawyer did all the talking...

Will DAV be there to do the talking....or do you see the judge alone.

I'm 60% for hearing loss and the thought of talking to a judge through a tv by myself could go bad real quick since I don't hear so good lol.

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I'm in the same boat, claim filed 2015 - then reopened and denied (no c&p's for me though) - review (denied), ramp (Early 2018), ramp decision Jan 2019 (denied again) - appeal to bva in April 2019

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On 10/11/2019 at 5:41 AM, killemall said:

Here's my timeline

2014 denied quite a few claims

2015 reopened the claims I was denied and was again denied due to never being notified of several c@p exams that I didn't attend due to not being notified

2016 put in Nod appeal

2018 changed from NOD appeal to Ramp

Jan 2019 denied all Ramp appeals

Feb 2019 put in Nod for ama see a judge lane

AMA Hearing scheduled Dec 2019

So in my case the ama see a judge lane only took 10 months from NOD filed to hearing date

Color me impressed...I figured it would be 2 years.

So......now what do I do lol????? DAV filed the ama NOD for me. Will one of them go with me to see the judge ala video conference?

That seems to make sense to me but I have no clue????

With my ssdi see a judge video conference my lawyer did all the talking...

Will DAV be there to do the talking....or do you see the judge alone.

I'm 60% for hearing loss and the thought of talking to a judge through a tv by myself could go bad real quick since I don't hear so good lol.

I'm in the same boat, claim filed 2015 - then reopened and denied (no c&p's for me though) - review (denied), ramp (Early 2018), ramp decision Jan 2019 (denied again) - appeal to bva in April 2019.

April is my docket date --- still waiting for a hearing currently.

So, now we should have our claims in order, and evidence "at the ready"

If your POA is the DAV then yes, a DAV rep will be with you at the hearing, both you and the DAV rep get the hearing notice, so they should be getting in contact with you before the day of your hearing.

I'd like to see an update of how this goes for you, and good luck!

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AMA BVA docket 4/2019.

Evidence submission  to BVA..

Decision(s) to be based on evidence of record, with no hearing.

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