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War pension advice

#1 Post by bigtim7 » Mon 27 Feb, 2017 10:56 am

Hi I was in the raf regt in the year 2000 and suffered a very serious injury to my left wrist which resulted in me being md and giving a lump sum.over the last few 5 years my wrist has become very sore xrays have confirmed arthritis in my wrist and the surgeon has also said I have carpal tunnel syndrome.I had a doctor out last week from the war penision and told him all this.just wonderg if the doctors who come out are on our side or will put a report in that isn't good for your claim.any advice would be great thanks

Ps my lump sum was paid out for 6-14% I am 36yrs

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