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CAVC! NO remand Granted/Denied



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Can someone look at this and tell me if this is good or bad?  And what happens next?

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    July 08, 2014 – August 03, 2020
  2. VA sent you a claim decision

    on July 08, 2014


  3. VA received your Notice of Disagreement

    on July 09, 2014


  4. VA sent you a Statement of the Case

    on November 12, 2014


  5. VA recieved your Form 9

    on November 18, 2014


  6. VA sent you a Supplemental Statement of the Case

    on November 17, 2015


  7. Your appeal was sent to the Board of Veterans’ Appeals

    on March 02, 2016


  8. Board of Veterans’ Appeals made a decision

    on May 24, 2018


  9. VA sent you a Supplemental Statement of the Case

    on July 22, 2019


  10. Your appeal was returned to the Board of Veterans’ Appeals

    on August 20, 2019


  11. Board of Veterans’ Appeals made a decision

    on November 08, 2019


  12. U.S. Court of Appeals for Veterans Claims made a decision

    on August 03, 2020



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  • Increased rating, Cutaneous manifestation of collagen-vascular disease
  • Increased rating, Scarring
  • Increased rating, Post-traumatic stress disorder
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You should be able to get more info on the remand here with your name , and docket number:


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Did your granted claim come from CAVC or BVA? Either way, your claim will still have to go to the local VARO for implementation and rating. Probably a few more months. Depending upon your increase in rating percentages, you could possibly be rated 100% scheduler. 

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CAVC.  I am reading through that link and I can now see kind of what is going on.  I don't speak lawyer, but it looks pretty good.  The issue is I have no idea how high my Cutaneous manifestation of collagen-vascular disease can go as they have it topped out at 60% but they stated I did not reach the max rating.  

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Your claim will still have to go back to your local VARO where they have to set new rating percentages. If you disagree with them, they will have to go back to BVA. Now with that said, your profile shows you are at 90% and you could reach 95% with an increase of 40% which VA would round up to 100% scheduler. Any grant is better than a remand or denial.

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