Have you ever felt like the VA just doesn’t “get” what you’re
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  1. Steven C. Luke

    So does this apply if you have faced a reduction in benefits?
    My case is long pass the appeal process, c&p in 2011, decision in 2012.
    But now I was just going to agree with them and say, but now my condition is worse and warrants the higher rating. When in fact it has never improved!

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    • Chris Attig

      Steven,

      If you had a claim for an extraschedular rating at any point, and the VA ignored it …AND…. if you are past the appeal period then CUE is typically the only available path I can think of based on the facts you’ve listed there; otherwise, what I do is consider whether I should reopen and claim an extra-schedular rating. Lay evidence is going to be a HUGE factor – so make sure you have plenty to show all the symptoms and limitations outside the rating schedule.

      Chris

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