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Just Finished Talking To Amc And They Say I'm "in Post"?



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They (Fred, actually) said that I'd been rated and now I was "in Post". Does this mean that my claim has gone to the Post Determination team or something like that? It seems to me that I've heard that phrase "Post Determination Team" on here, before, but I don't really know what it is that they do? Do y'all know? And, is this good news? I think maybe it is.....?

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If your claim has been decided and is at the Post-Determination Team, that means the decision maker has made a decision on your claim and the people in the Post-Determination Team are entering the rating in the system and are going to send it to you shortly.

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I hope this is what we think it is. I'm lighting a candle saying a prayer and crossing my fingers just in case. You've been waiting a while I sure hope this is good news to come.


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Thank you, both of you. I appreciate y'all and Hadit and Tbird, Berta, shucks, I appreciate ANYone that is reading or posting on here.

It's been 3 1/2 years, so far, just to get service connected, when I had everything (service medical records indicating injury, on going treatment, IMO's out the Wazoo, Nexus's, EVERYTHING), when I turned in my claim, 3 1/2 years ago. I wish that I had known about Hadit and Tbird's efforts for us, back then. I know that I would have done things differently, then, and probably would not have been waiting nearly so long as I have.

I just hope that this is beginning to be the beginning of the end.

I just took Momma out and bought her an ice cream (well, she takes me out, actually, but, if I'm buyin, then we consider that I took HER out....hell of a note, that that is the way we have of making me feel like a real man taking his sweetheart out........)!

Love you guys 'n gals.

Semper Fi!

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Larry-sounds good----

Evidence is everything but I believe prayer works too-so I too will say a prayer for you.

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