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Re: Reconsideration Letter Question

Post by 1993firebird on Wed 19 Oct 2016, 09:24

I understand the fifths very well , how much of the injury is the responsibility of the Military , as I fought it for years and finally received 5/5 for both physical and psychological injuries. Full responsibility from the Military. I also fought for years to get the full percentage that my symptoms of my injuries warranted under the charter of disabilities.

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Post by Dannypaj on Fri 23 Dec 2016, 07:10

SIT REP
I just want this to be over and done with and with all best intentions.
Please listen to my plea on the tape and my last words.
Benefit of the doubt!  
I never wanted out of the CAF and having an injured spine and mind feels like having a burden of a cross when I walk..  
Never did I want out.
I swore allegiance to the Queen (for that meant something to me and all else who serve Canada).
The brotherhood and sisterhood amongst soldiers is stronger and tighter then ever due to social media, we all vividly bound together due to our past similar experiences.

And my reconsideration will sit in front of the VRAB board on January 5th 2017.  
Closure within sixty days upon my reconsideration appeal hearing.
Some may say that it is nice to receive a date and time, but I received this info yesterday.
(now I get to ruminate all during Christmas and through the New year)

SERVING CANADA, since 1977 (inception at birth)
Leave no soldier behind.
santa Merry Christmas everyone.
Keep your heads up and be proud.

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Post by johnny211 on Fri 23 Dec 2016, 08:34

Best of luck on it Danny. I once won one on a reconsideration. I think it's different people who look at it. Merry Christmas to you and your family. Johnny,211 - Out. VVV
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Post by Dannypaj on Fri 23 Dec 2016, 08:44

Thanks johnny211.
I am pretty sure that it is the same VRAB board members who will review my case, as it clearly states it on my letter that I received from VAC.
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Re: Reconsideration Letter Question

Post by pinger on Fri 23 Dec 2016, 16:37

Hang in there Danny, Jan. 5 and then some.
A lot of us here have gone through that kinda wait.

Stay strong.

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Re: Reconsideration Letter Question

Post by Dannypaj on Thu 05 Jan 2017, 05:21

After two years plus, my case is now finally in front of the Veterans Review and Appeal Board (VRAB).

Sad state of affairs.  

I never wanted out of the military and once out I fought and fought, but with VAC/VRAB.

Still here today fighting, because I know I was wronged.

Two years plus, of mind boggling twist and turns for them to decide again upon my case.

(The very same people (VRAB) that took away my early years of life because of a broken system).

1/5 partial entitlement, BS.

VRAB, YOU ARE NOT ABOVE MEDICAL AUTHORITY! READ MY DOCUMENTS! READ MY DOCTOR’s REPORT!

ENOUGH IS ENOUGH!

Sincerely and truly yours,

Never going to go away until you fix the problem.
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Re: Reconsideration Letter Question

Post by Dannypaj on Thu 05 Jan 2017, 05:23

I am still a number and yet a free a man.


Ruminating since 
 Reconsideration Letter Question
 by Dannypaj on Sat 11 Apr 2015, 13:07.
UNbelievable EH!
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Re: Reconsideration Letter Question

Post by Dannypaj on Tue 31 Jan 2017, 10:36

DENIED
THANKS.
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Post by Dannypaj on Tue 31 Jan 2017, 11:09

Backstabbed at that!
Thanks guys appreciate it!
Two fellow brothers, unbelievable.
To be denied on paper and not to my face.
Yes, it would of been more appreciated.
Never suck up an injury, because they will dance the dance they want and you'll be the one later suffering.




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Re: Reconsideration Letter Question

Post by bigrex on Tue 31 Jan 2017, 12:59

I'm sorry to hear that Danny. Stay well, and don't let them beat you. They only win when you give up the fight.
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Post by johnny211 on Tue 31 Jan 2017, 13:02

I'm sorry also Danny. But as bigrex said fight on, because they love it when we give up the battle..Johnny Out,,VVV...
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Re: Reconsideration Letter Question

Post by Dannypaj on Tue 31 Jan 2017, 13:31

Thanks for the support Bigrex and Johnny.
I have established a cross Canada network since becoming a member of CSAT (which helps).
It hurts to receive a letter of denial, but whom am I to question authority.
Where do I go from here?  Healing hopefully.  
Wait and see what April brings and onto the next step.
Any suggestions where to go from here?
I have some ideas, but I feel as though they are leaving it be because all my injuries occurred post 2006 and they have me placed in the NVC.  
I may have to seek a civilian lawyer and go from there.


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Re: Reconsideration Letter Question

Post by pinger on Tue 31 Jan 2017, 13:53

Sorry to hear Danny. After all that bloody time, it's gotta sting.
But keep your head above water and stay well.
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Re: Reconsideration Letter Question

Post by Dannypaj on Tue 31 Jan 2017, 14:03

Thanks pinger.
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Re: Reconsideration Letter Question

Post by Trooper on Tue 31 Jan 2017, 16:21

Danny,

They make you wait for over two years only to deny you the reconsideration?

They can be cruel dealing with injured Veterans, but as stated above by others, as hard as it may be to stay strong, you need to keep yourself in check and decide if your going to continue to fight the reconsideration, or let it go.

I don't know the full details of your claim, but what I can say is that if you plan on fighting this with new evidence, you need to first understand fully why it is that you continue to be denied.
Secondly, you need to find out what is is you need to get approved, what new evidence would be inline to having you being approved.
Thirdly, you need to get medical support to gather this new evidence to bring forward.

This is what worked for me in the past when VRAB was denying one particular condition, over and over again.
I made an appointment with a specialist who deals in my condition, I brought all the denial letters to my appointment and asked him if he could support me in writing up a new evidence letter for me to send to VAC.
The letter was written, and I was finally approved, it took roughly a year for my approval.

You might want to look into if you can submit new evidence, if new evidence comes to light, and you can take it from there.
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