I had question, I'm 100% total disabled, but not permanent. I have a
supposed appt in 2019. On my paperwork it mentions three items that
may be under review. Will this C&P be just like the first one? Are
they gonna be 'trying' to lower me, and do I have to 'defend' myself,
or will it just be checking if my symptoms are the same, better or
worse? I've read about BVA hearings and all kinds of junk and the
prospect of defending my migraines infront of a judge seems daunting.
Do they always do an appointment, or is it sometimes just a review? I
remember reading somewhere that they have to have physical proof that
you are better to lower your rating, so any informtation I can get to
prepare (I know it's a long ways away) would be useful, thanks.
I did find this snippet online:
The second type of "protected rating" is a "100% disability rating".
In order for the VA to properly reduce a total 100% disability rating,
it has to schedule an exam, and the exam must find that there has been
"material improvement" in the disability AND "material improvement"
under the ordinary conditions of life, while working or actively