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What is a CUE?

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So, you have heard Vets mention CUE, so what is it?  (If you are not sure of the answer, below, you probably need to do some research before filing one.):  

A.   A claim with a mistake made by the examiner at a c and p exam, such as not supplying a required nexus statement.  

B.  Missing Evidence on your claim causing error.  

C.   A spelling error, or typographic error on your claim.  

D.  A long round stick, used by pool players, to sink the 8 ball, at an 8ball tournament.  

E.   ANY mistake on your claim, such as omitting one of your issues.  

F.  Can only be filed once, and has to be done by an attorney or VSO. 

G.  None of the above.  


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Either D or G work.  So, you get an A.  Berta did a good job explaining Cue, but you would be suprised at how much misinformation there is about CUE.  Its actually a round stick used for snooker tournaments, nobody wants to get behind the 8ball, not even me.  

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