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Well I am up to smc l and half now smh

Mr cue


Well got the decision on the cavc remand.

And I got granted a half step lol.

Well back to the court.

Got file my 3 appeal to the court this is crazy all over smc benfits.

But hay at least now I got a real decision to fight for my loss of use.

And smc o and r.

But I see the day light now and am a little happy it back at the court.

I will be asking the court to merger all the cavc remand back together.

They probably will not but if I can't get the lawyer I will handle it.

The fight continues.

I will post the decision later.



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Great Mr CUE!!!!!-Every award is a Victory and many military battles are won by gaining the EN's real estate-in yards at a time and not by miles-

except for Vietnam- our troops would take a hill, often with Wias , to their  unit and then they were ordered to give back the hill-some of the lessons learned from Vietnam, I think, have almost been forgotten-

VA is sure is not the EN ( enemy) .....the enemy of disabled veterans is Time.


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Yes it was great decision after I look it over again.

The judge lay the road map to smc r for me.

An they denied my loss if use because I refused the exam.

Not worry about that the court will address it

But the judge stating that I don't get the o because I don't have a smc l for my mental health.

Two smc l would give me the o and r

Well anyway I had a informal dro hearing 2018.

Were I was send to exam to see if my mental health effects my daily living.

The exam was favorable

The VA has refuse to address this for 3 year will not even talk about the informal hearing.

Or why I was send to the exam.

To not have to address it.

So it sit in appeal status still.

Well I got denied the increase from 70-100 for my mental health. Nov 22 2021.

The judge stated my mental health effects my daily living an address the exam.from 2018.

An still didn't address the smc l for my mental health.


Here is the problem this was all one case.

Remand by the court. January 2021

The va made me do a new form 9 and a new nod.

They took them and turn each cavc remand issue into it owe new appeal.

No where did the court say do this on the cavc remand January 30.


The veterans affairs made it 3 different case after the court remand it.

I have 5 different judges that have rule on different parts of a cavc remand do to there errors. One judge remand it and another judge rule on issues.

So the judge that made this decision wasn't even try to address it because it was already back at the court. Smh

I stated all this to let veterans that had or have a cavc remand that taking years.

9 times out of 10 the veterans affairs has change your docket number to a new docket number.

Based on the VA form 9 or a nod that you were order to do after the cavc remand.

This is not legal by changing my docket number it now listed as a 2021 appeal.

They remove 3 years from my appeal time. 2018

It now a 2021 appeal.


The veterans affairs is cooking the books.



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I read you Lima Charlie on that one. Keep after it man.  Don't let them sly away from what you were due when you were due the compensation and benefits.  

With your last comment,  I think they, the VA, has been trying to napalm those books and not being discreet about that either, at least from what it seems.

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