Denied CRSC but my PTSD V1-Y;V3-Y; V4-Y. Anybody have any recommendations?

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Denied CRSC but my PTSD was determined V1-Y;V3-Y; V4-Y. Anybody have any recommendations?
 

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Denied CRSC but my PTSD was determined V1-Y;V3-Y; V4-Y. Anybody have any recommendations?
Hello,

1. Here is a collection of CRSC info with examples: A Supplement to CRSC Information <---LINK

2. I do not know what those codes mean, but that is immaterial since I am not a medical expert.

3. Reconsideration applications are on Form 12E and each of the reasons cited in your CRSC denial document should be addressed fully.

Good luck,
Ron
 

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I found this information elsewhere; perhaps it can be of some help.

PEB Memo Question <---LINK

Good luck,
Ron
 

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My 199, awarded V1/V3, but in comments said specifically that the condition does not qualify for CRSC. It did not elaborate, might be something similar on yours.
 

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Is your CRSC fear based do you have a stressor or combat award?
 

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Is your CRSC fear based do you have a stressor or combat award?
For me it was PTSD with a Combat award for each instance (CAB for 1 and CMB for another)


Denied CRSC but my PTSD was determined V1-Y;V3-Y; V4-Y. Anybody have any recommendations?
Based on Ron's linked info and your post being V4 - Y I'm making a SWAG that you got severance pay (<30% DoD) and not medical retirement pay because your DoD % was to low.

I'm pretty sure you have to have retirement pay to get CRSC, because it's an offset for pay lost by accepting VA disability. (In these matter i defer to Ron's vast expertise). So following my SWAG with a second one, I'm guessing it was denied because you didn't have a retirement check to offset.
 

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Hello Joe,

Ref: "I'm pretty sure you have to have retirement pay to get CRSC, because it's an offset for pay lost by accepting VA disability. (In these matter i defer to Ron's vast expertise). So following my SWAG with a second one, I'm guessing it was denied because you didn't have a retirement check to offset."

You are absolutely correct.

CRSC replaces some or all of waived retired pay associated with the receipt of VA compensation.

No waiver of retired pay = no CRSC eligibility

Ron
 

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From DFAS:

Eligibility
To qualify for CRSC you must:

--be entitled to and/or receiving military retired pay

--be rated at least 10 percent by the Department of Veteran’s Affairs (VA)

--waive the amount of VA compensation from your retired pay (i.e., your retired pay is reduced by amount of VA compensation)

--file a CRSC application with your Branch of Service

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