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VBN recognizes, Patrick428, as a hero among us...
I'm VA rated PTSD IU for any job.
DDS denied me without seeing their Psychs.
Included stressor letter.
SSD denial stated input from SSA OIG, DDS said they were not allowed to disclose OIG input to me.
DDS did not answer stressor letter questions, did not explain anything other than stating the acronymn "PTSD".
Is this legal?
May 13 08 6:31 AM
1. They can discount/ignore VA Psych statements w/o exam by theirs.
2. Yes in their terms, seemingly ignored.
3. All OIG info is not releaseable to claimant.
4. Written reason only said "PTSD" (no amplifying info on (PTSD). They went in depth about hearing, etc. (all PHYSICAL medical stuff) which I was
noT claiming as debilitating.
5. Self written stressor letter was ignored?
6. OIG won't release info. Lawyer indicated that since OIG was involved, it is a "hot potatoe" and would be passed on to ALJ at the review
Lawyer gave me RFC-mental to have Psych fill out. How does one deal with "secret" OIG info?
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2. Did the stressor letter say it in SSA terms?
5. SSA is not required to read a stressor letter unless it comes endorsed by a Psychiatrist or Psychologist
Jun 9 08 4:03 PM
1. Generalized persistent anxiety accompanied by three out of four of the following signs or symptoms:
a. Motor tension; or
b. Autonomic hyperactivity; or
c. Apprehensive expectation; or
d. Vigilance and scanning; or
2. A persistent irrational fear of a specific object, activity, or situation which results in a compelling desire
to avoid the dreaded object, activity, or situation; or
3. Recurrent severe panic attacks manifested by a sudden unpredictable onset of intense apprehension, fear, terror
and sense of impending doom occurring on the average of at least once a week; or
4. Recurrent obsessions or compulsions which are a source of marked distress; or
5. Recurrent and intrusive recollections of a traumatic experience, which are a source of marked
1. Marked restriction of activities of daily living; or
2. Marked difficulties in maintaining social functioning; or
3. Marked difficulties in maintaining concentration, persistence, or pace; or
4. Repeated episodes of decompensation, each of extended duration.
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