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How long did it take you to receive the money after a BVA grant?


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It took exactly two weeks after a BVA grant for 25k to hit my bank account today.

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3 minutes ago, 63Charlie said:

It took exactly two weeks after a BVA grant for 25k to hit my bank account today.

Congratulations! Great news

Unfortunately all BVA grants are not the same. I am well over six months from my BVA grant.

 

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12 minutes ago, pacmanx1 said:

Congratulations! Great news

Unfortunately all BVA grants are not the same. I am well over six months from my BVA grant.

 

I wish you godspeed. This what I am worried about myself: if I win at the BVA, my claim will be over 3 years by then with 100% TDIU.

 

 

 

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Hucast21 What do you mean "If I win at he BVA?" We are positive here. You WILL win, just a matter of when. Right?

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43 minutes ago, GBArmy said:

Hucast21 What do you mean "If I win at he BVA?" We are positive here. You WILL win, just a matter of when. Right?

I will win. It’s just that I can’t believe the VA does not even use their own CFR’s correctly. This is from my SOC:

”The examiner noted chronic migraines are defined as 15 or more headache days per month for more than three months. The examiner noted the medical record is silent and does not support a chronic migraine diagnosis.”

This is total bs and blatant denial because this is the CFR for rating migraines:

8100 Migraine:  
With very frequent completely prostrating and prolonged attacks productive of severe economic inadaptability 50
With characteristic prostrating attacks occurring on an average once a month over last several months 30
With characteristic prostrating attacks averaging one in 2 months over last several months 10
With less frequent attacks 0


My SMRs and VA treatment records show my migraines are on a weekly basis and the only treatment is laying down in a dark room (I have many more instances of sick call in the military, the attached image is just one example).

How in good conscience can you do this to a veteran is beyond me. Doubt has crept in and I know at the BVA level all evidence are examined but I still have doubts.

Also, the rater disregarded my IME w/IMO from a board-certified specialist has “telehealth.”

I truly wonder what goes through the mind of a rater.

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After 3 years total, applied in nov 2018, denied and appealed, the board granted 100% TDIU june 21st 2021, still haven’t received a dollar yet. So far it’s been 4 months since approval. i’ll update when it finally clears. i call the VA 1800 number periodically, they say the same thing every time. (looks like your just waiting on one final signature) 

Anyone else going through this BS? 

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