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Va.gov vs Ebennefits.gov Updates on BVA appeal?


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Years ago I filed a BVA PTSD appeal which was update as follows:

Disability compensation appeal updated on June 4, 2019
Status: The Board made a decision on your appeal

Issue on appeal: Service connection, Post-traumatic stress disorder
Submitted on: September 20, 20160
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In the view details section, it was a C&P remand request.

On August 98th, 2019 the C&P was conducted and the exam information (DBQ or C&P ???) was sent to the local (Oakland California RO) for review.  I expect another year or two before I hear anything.

My question is: 
VA.gov still shows the claims as GREEN and not closed but a decision being made.  Since Ebennie's shows nothing other than an AB8 letter showing not service connected from years ago, will VA.gov update or will Ebennies update with whatever decision is ultimately made from this point forward?

 

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They will both update... VA.Gov will update when a decision is made and it will show closed

Ebenfits will update as well but unless the rating changes or a new one is added, you may not see an update.. in other words if the rating does not change you will see nothing new

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Thanks Richard.

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1 hour ago, pete992 said:

You should get a decision letter most likely before these sites are updated to inform/ask you if you want to continue your appeal

Hi Pete,

I did a letter from the BVA judge that ruled in favor of service connection (see below) .  It's my understanding that my file is now back at the Regional Office to determine a percentage..if any?  
This is the meat and potatoes of that specific decision: 
These matters come before the Board of Veterans' Appeals (Board) on appeal from a July 2018 rating decision by the Department of Veterans Affairs (VA) Regional Office (RO). 
After the SOC was issued in May 2019, VA treatment records and a private DBQ and medical opinion pertinent to the Veteran's headache claim were associated with the claims file. However, as the claim of entitlement to service connection for headaches, to include as secondary to service-connected tinnitus, is being granted, and that is a full grant of the benefit sought on appeal as to that issue, the Board finds no prejudice with proceeding with the adjudication of that claim.

Interestingly, the Regional office is also in possession of what seems to be a favorable C&P for PTSD, that was ordered by a BVA judge via remand.  I'm wondering if the RO is looking at both the Headache & PTSD claims in conjunction with my current service connected hearing loss & tinnitus to determine a combined service connection percentage?

Thank you for your reply.

 

 

 

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OK great, now that BVA has granted your claims, the RO should be Calculating your payment.  You know, your new rating, what they paid you and what they owe you. Almost time for the happy dance  💃💃

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