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Doctor wrote a bad nexus letter

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My “law yer” used 2 doctors who seem to wrote nexus letters. The particular nexus letter were extremely sub-par and I told all of them that. One stated I actually needed to get an ekg and neurological test and another wrote 1 sentence for each issue

They said it was fine, as well as the lawyer will use case legislation to support the doctors declare. Got my claim as well as the rater used our nexus letter as proof to decline my state.

Can this hurt me easily get new nexus words and a new lawyer to carry out a supplemental claim?

Dad just passed. Found this pic!

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AFFES PoGs

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Is there a risk in filing a new disability claim while one is pending decision?

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I will try and save this short/sweet. I suffered the head injury while in Afghanistan. I claimed migraines since my VSO said merely claimed TBI they will re-evaluate my PTSD rating, as well as the single migraines claim might put me at fully anyways.

However , in two weeks I am going to hit my 1 year tag after leaving service. When my migraines gets refused and I refile for TBI past the 1 year mark, I am going to not receive backpay to a time of separation. Should I simply put in an intent to document now and pursue additional if my migraines will get denied?

VA Disability rating Diabetes Type II

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Ive been recently granted a 90% scheduler VIRTUAL ASSISTANT rating on my preliminary claim (service connected meant for 70 PTSD/Depression/Anxiety/Alcoholism, 50 OSA, 20 Right Shoulder, twenty Internal, 0 but services connected for hearing reduction and blood pressure). I had 3 deferred conditions right now with upcoming C& Ps next month for my Pancreatitis/Gallbladder Laroscopic Cholesystectomy, Pes Planus and Arthritis in my correct leg.

I have well documented situations of my Pancreatitis episodes which I believe is supplementary to my PTSD/Depression/Anxiety and Addiction to alcohol abuse. Ive been looking for help through the VA during the last year but ended up within cardiac arrest in February of this year. I invested 5 days in the ICU in a drug induced coma and 13 days upon antibiotics.

During my stay in the hospital they will found a 1 . 5cm growth in my Gallbladder therefore i had to get surgery carried out to remove it in 06. A military friend associated with mine lost his spouse in the span of four months from Stage four Gallbladder cancer. After I discovered my growth I informed them to take it out.

Pes Planus plus Arthritis is annotated within my MEPS and military single profiles.

After i did my initial VETERANS ADMINISTRATION claim I put down Diabetes Mellitus Type II plus was denied and not services connected. The VA wished to service connect Diabetic Neuropathy but couldn’t because Diabetes Type II wasn’t support connected.

After talking to my Endocrinologist and PCP at the VIRTUAL ASSISTANT they mentioned that the Pancreatitis could be an important factor on the Diabetes Type II, after some research I’m discussing on claiming Diabetes Kind II as a secondary problem to my (hopefully) service linked Pancreatitis.

So my question is definitely do I put in a JERK or Appeal for the not really service connected diabetes kind II from my preliminary rating or should I take it up when I go to our C & P examination for my Pancreatitis plus claim it as a supplementary condition.

Just discovered I’m P&T (100%) … a few things for you all:

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First off, thank you in order to everyone on this sub. Specifically the ones who run this and those that have been on right here providing good advice to those who have been done wrong.

I have numerous physical ailments and a MH issue I’ve been in refusal about for a while. I chose to file a few more clearly provider connected things (evidence during service), and I just obtained my rating. I’m within disbelief. It doesn’t repair my problems, but Perhaps it assists me along with financial issues that allow me to become more mentally whole and capable to focus on important things.

Now with that from the way…

  1. I see that I’m P& T (combination of many damage percentages, all adding up in order to 100). What exactly does this particular mean? I’m reading different things online.

  2. is it normal to really feel a bit wrong or embarrassed with this rating? For framework: I served my period, combat deployment, received accidents that bother me significantly on a daily basis, but I have all of my limbs and am no where close to suffering from absolute debilitating PTSD or a missing limb and so on — so I kind of really feel weird being rated on 100? (Idk if this issue makes sense… but section of me is still in shock and still trying to digest this particular news)

Thanks for hearing me guys and females. Any nuggets of intelligence will be appreciated. Keep on maintaining on.

VSO in Germany

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Asking VA doc for a DBQ

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Hi all, I had an appt with the VIRTUAL ASSISTANT in a few weeks and I wondering if there was a certain process for asking the VIRTUAL ASSISTANT doc to fill out a couple of DBQs? Essentially I am looking to get some DBQs as additional evidence for some of the initial claims that were at first denied service connection.

I need advice for my 91 year old grandfather. He’s a Korean War vet and he needs a new home as his is infested with toxic mold and has a bad roof.

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