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I put in for a increase and was denied. I am 70% for PTSD, I am not working due to my service connected disabled and COVID19. the decision was made on COVID 19 along. I could still be at work today as a full timer.but I am a part timer because I can't handle the stress. So with COVID19 here came all the new rules to much for me. So I was out of there. My question is what should I do now. an what will be needed. I have been 70% for 5 years and I am 53 years of age. I hope this enough info for some help. 

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I put in for a increase and was denied. I am 70% for PTSD, I am not working due to my service connected disabled and COVID19. the decision was made on COVID 19 along. I could still be at work today as

It sounds like you should appeal beginning by filing a NOD.  You could also consider filing for TDIU if your doctor says you are unemployable due to sc conditions.  

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It sounds like you should appeal beginning by filing a NOD.  You could also consider filing for TDIU if your doctor says you are unemployable due to sc conditions.  

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