My husband went to the VA this morning for his first C&P exam for what turned out for two of his claims for compensation for service connected injuries ... his back and his knee.
My husband seems to think it went well since the examiner said "screw the regional office, I am going to set you up right now for the needed xrays for your back and knee" because he had a letter in his records that he found that talked about his injuries in detail that he wrote home to his parents 40 years ago while on active duty.
We sure hope he gets it approved as a service connected injury and gets some compensation because he is no longer working and we could use the retro check for this. He still has PTSD C&P exam and that is going to be a tough one because he worked in a high security area so it will be hard to prove and he also has a hearing loss C&P exam because of working on aircraft carrier and around top secret crypto equipment that made a constant whirring sound for his 12 hours watch day after day ... we are hoping for near to 100% compensation eventually.
Are there any VETS who can answer questions about his C&P meetings?