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    Re: Current VA Claim experience

    Quote Originally Posted by Mud Pie View Post
    Please don't misconstrue what I said about my beliefs.... I'm aware there are several types of injuries and if you got one while serving, by all means use every available benefit. I am speaking of only myself; I came out a better man then when I went in. Absolutely nothing happened to me health-wise, with the exception of maybe a little undiagnosed liver damage from drinking so much damn beer...lol.

    I understand where you are coming from and there are those that scam the system. However there are a lot of things we do and places we had to live that caused injuries that may hamper your employment options in addition to the medical issues you may have.
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    Re: Current VA Claim experience

    I spoke with my neighbor down by the mailbox this morning, said he was going for an evaluation today about a back injury he got when serving in the Navy. I hope his claim is approved, he was on aircraftcarriers on the flight decks, I know some of those occupations can be not only hazardous, but pretty strenuous as well. Probably plenty of opportunities for hurting your back.
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