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I have a dispute with a 20 year experienced VSO. ON A FAIRLY SIMPLE ISSUE.
When a Veteran is getting IU for say 80% or 90% it is possible for him to be able to work > if he gets his rating up to 100% because that makes his IU Moot and he is considered to have a 100% final degree in his rating and he can work then. (if he wants to) without worry they will take his IU away.
Doing this would usually mean he would need a 50% increase in his 80% or 90% rating to bring his rating up to the scheduler rating ,again this would nullify the IU and set his rating at the 100% schedular. (CORRECT?)
or if his 80% or 90% IU WITH P&T and he files for another separate condition and is awarded a service connected rating at 70% rating for that separate condition then this new separate condition would make his IU moot and he would be considered to have a final scheduler 100% rating and possibly with the SMC -S
THIS IS WHAT i MENTION TO THIS VSO HE SAID I WAS WRONG ONCE A VETERAN IS AWARDED THE IU HE HAS TO STAY AT THAT RATING…..i totally disagree with him on that.
Am I correct in telling this other veteran to file for a increase on his IU Rating or if he has another condition that has come up file for that too or if he has a secondary condition to one of his already service connected conditions that would cause or be related to a secondary condition FROM HIS EXISTING CONDITION and depending on what he is rated at will determined if he meets the 100% schedular rating. ….(is this correct?)
Also if a veteran had the evidence in C-File that would be favorable to his claim but was denied from N.P. C&P Exam he can file a NOD or head straight to the BVA if denied because this N.P FAILED TO READ HIS EVIDENCE in his C-File, HE WOULD NEED A SPECIALIST TO GET A FAVORABLE IMO but this specialist would trump this N,P…if they still deny him and he did use a specialist then its time to call his congressman. (CORRECT?)
this VSO mention that won’t work either i ASK HIM DO YOU WORK FOR THE VA? OR THE VETERAN?
THIS KINDA OF STUFF PISSES ME OFF BECAUSE USUALLY A VETERAN WILL LISTEN TO THE VSO OVER US LAY NON CONNECTED TO THE VA TYPE GUYS OR US GUYS THAT HAVE THE CLAIMS EXPERIENCE LIKE broncovet & Ms berta and GB Army and Shrektank1 Pacxman1 Brokensolider244TH and other experience with these VA Claims.
BTW This VSO is a DAV VSO That works at my VAMC AND i WAS VISITING A Veteran at the VBA Office Seeking help with his claim I gave him a hadit card and talk with him a while rather or not he takes my advise is yet to be seen?
well on to get my flu shot.
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I have a dispute with a 20 year experienced VSO. ON A FAIRLY SIMPLE ISSUE. When a Veteran is getting IU for say 80% or 90% it is possible for him to be able to work if he gets his rating up to 100% because that makes his IU Moot and he is considered to have a 100% final degree in his rating and ...