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Don't know how to feel yet SMH.


Mr cue

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Ok well today the decision was made on the issues still under the cavc remands docket.

The issues were smc o and r for my need of in home care. Got my finger crossed lol

The other issue loss of use under smc benfits. Smc m and k

Ok it look like one got granted the other got denied.

Both are call increase rating smc.

So here the bad part I am going to be going crazy for the next 7 day.

Call the VA to try and get the decision fax like I been doing for to there been 30day.

They told me they fix the problem yea right.

A veteran now have to wait for there letter.

Then there me  think it could be something total different granted.

And they ain't address nothing.

But I am happy look like I got one issue down.

I am still  got two appeal at the court.

An which ever issues is denied will be my 3rd appeal.

But today was a good day I been waiting for this decision for a min.

 

 

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Congrats!

Try VA.gov & Ebenefits for "letters" and "payments". You may see a little more info before your 7-10 wait for the letter. Try calling "Peggy", play dumb, and ask leading questions. Like I have been awarded SMC "o" or what ever. Can you look at my rating sheet and tell me if it rated as "static". She may say no, there is notation for it, or, something. If you're pplite, sometimes you can get info by asking leading questions.

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I will be call again tomorrow lol.

Crazy that they couldn't put what issue that granted.

I think they really trying to stress me out lol

I can't even get joy yet because I don't no what they granted.

I ain't even think about the effective date.

But if either one is granted it will help.

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