Citation Nr: 18154176
Decision Date: 11/29/18	Archive Date: 11/29/18

DOCKET NO. 15-32 454
DATE:	November 29, 2018
ORDER
The appeal of the denial of service connection for intervertebral disc syndrome of the, thoracolumbar spine is dismissed.
The appeal of the denial of service connection for left knee disability is dismissed.
The appeal of the denial of service connection for residual eye injury is dismissed.
The appeal of the denial of service connection for bilateral hearing loss disability is dismissed.  
The appeal of the denial of a compensable rating for right little finger disability is dismissed.
The appeal of the denial of a compensable rating for left little finger disability is dismissed.
The appeal of the denial of a higher disability rating for right knee limitation of motion is dismissed.  
The appeal of the denial of a higher disability rating for bilateral flat feet, hammertoes, and hallux valgus is dismissed.  
The appeal of the denial of a compensable rating for right little finger scars is dismissed.  
FINDING OF FACT
The Veteran, via his attorney, conveyed in writing a desire to withdraw the pending appeals in an April 2017 written statement.  
CONCLUSION OF LAW
The criteria for withdrawal of an appeal by the Veteran have been met.  38 U.S.C. § 7105(b)(2), (d)(5); 38 C.F.R. § 20.204. 
REASONS AND BASES FOR FINDING AND CONCLUSION
The Veteran had active service for the purposes of Veterans Affairs compensation from May 1980 to May 1984.  
Withdrawal
The Board may dismiss any appeal which fails to allege specific error of fact or law in the determination being appealed.  38 U.S.C. § 7105.  An appeal may be withdrawn as to any or all issues involved in the appeal at any time before the Board promulgates a decision.  38 C.F.R. § 20.204.  Withdrawal may be made by the appellant or by his or her authorized representative.  38 C.F.R. § 20.204.  
By written statement dated April 26, 2017 the Veteran’s attorney explained that the Veteran had expressed a desire to withdraw all pending appeals.  
Accordingly, the Board does not have jurisdiction to review the appeal for entitlement to service connection for bilateral hearing loss, left knee condition, residuals of eye injury, or intervertebral disc syndrome of the thoracolumbar spine, or appeals for an increased rating for right and left little finger disabilities, right little finger scar, limitation of motion of the right knee, or bilateral foot disability of flat feet, hallux valgus, and hammertoes, and the appeals are dismissed.  


 
DAVID L. WIGHT
Veterans Law Judge
Board of Veterans’ Appeals
ATTORNEY FOR THE BOARD	Department of Veterans Affairs 

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