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Talk to the appeal Manager was told I will get my ssoc next week. We will see. So I guess the dro hearing an review was denied smh

Ask her so now I got to wait a yr for u to certifie to board she tell me no yea ok

Than she tell me only if u don't like the decision u can can have it send to board right away smh these ppl talk in riddles.

If your sending me ssoc is that not a denail an I have to go to bva smh

After its send to board I am go on vacation the stress is get to me smdh

 

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Unfortunately  yes they denied your claim or parts of it  you won't know why until you get there reasons and bases of their decision,

but once you get it read the decision very carefully .

Do not quit thats what they want KEEP UP THE FIGHT,   so just keep your appeal time line going usually you will need to appeal to the BVA  form 9

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I have never had luck at the DRO.  It seem like a waste of space as they have never changed anything for me.  Even with a mountain of evidence pointing in the right direction!  Sadly the BVA is better than the DRO.  

That being said do not give up!  Keep fighting!  I have had 2 of my three issues overturned and waiting on the last one.  Which I think I will also get.  Also it seems much faster than they have been in the past with the new process.  

I would say get it to the BVA process and then just take a break from this!  My 6 year wait is nothing compared to some on here.  The good thing is they seem to be moving faster, much faster!

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I think it depends on each claim as for as going for  DRO Hearing.

I had a DRO Hearing one time before I was denied believe it or not...on  Proposal to reduce my benefits on the word of a VA EMT Dr..I had to use a private specialist to rebutt this VA Dr  and the DRO had no choice but to believe my specialist over this VA Doc with is good explantion of his Impression and examination of my condition, I not only got to keep my 50% (at the time) but was awarded a30% increase and 10% for tinnitus  which brought my ratings to a combined 90% and the DRO gave me the TDIU with P&T....So I think it depends on each claim and evidence submitted.

  Although I stood up face to face with my DRO and showed him my disability was real and in-fact worsen over the years.

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Yea I figure that they would play with it I just want it out ro.

I had luck at both dro an bva but this is might be to much retro for a dro decision

When I point out I been tdiu for 20 yr an never got look at for housebound when I have never been able to leave my house to make an living.

 

The first word out dro mouth we can go back that far smh

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