Jason Perry
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LETS GO PATRIOTS!!! Jan 19, 2014

    1. tame1275
      tame1275
      I had back pain 2008-2012 requiring medications. have not been on pain medication since. No review was ever done, I was not down profiled.Aug 13' I tested positive Valium metabolites (valid prescription),record review "discovered" I had been previously on pain meds.stopped taking 2+ years ago . Today they started a fit for Duty. What is the time limitation? 2 years later?
      1. tame1275
        tame1275
        Also, I am Air Guard member.
        Apr 16, 2014
    2. CC123
      CC123
      Hi Jason, I am looking for an attorney to help with my INCAP process. It has been over a year since my injury and found out my command never submitted my Request for INCAP, they have been giving me the run around, though it was submitted but was not. I have been hitting walls trying to find help. Thanks
      1. Jason Perry
        Jason Perry
        CC123,

        Sorry to hear of your problems with INCAP. Unfortunately, they are not that uncommon. Please send me an email with contact details at jason.perry@jeperrylaw.com and we can discuss your case further.
        Mar 31, 2014
      2. CC123
        CC123
        Thanks, and done
        Apr 1, 2014
    3. RTBS1
      RTBS1
      Hi Jason, I need some help. I have searched the forum, but have been unable to find an example of a completed DA Form 7652. I wanted to know if you had an example would you be able to PM it to me to give me something to work off of so that I may complete mine. If I wait on my CO, I will not have it back in that 7 day time limit.
    4. straub27
      straub27
      Hi Jason, I was separated in 2009 for "dextroscoliosis T2-T6, levoscoliosis T12-L4, and degenerative changes" at 10% from Army & VA. Are my chances slim with a PDBR since the VA rating is also 10%? Do I need to appeal the VA first? Can I even appeal it this far into the game? I have found documentation on similar cases ranging from 30-40%. What would you recommend for my next COA?
    5. RTBS1
      RTBS1
      Hello Jason. I was diagnosed with neuralgia of my right foot and lower right leg. My PCM just put me in for a P3. 1. Can I be medically extended if I have an approved retirement? 2. I was also diagnosed with severe PTSD, bi-polar, acute anxiety, impulse control disorder, depression, hearing loss and a bad right knee. Will I be evaluated for those conditions as well? Thank You for any help you can give.
      1. Jason Perry
        Jason Perry
        Do you mean extended to go through the IDES process? Yes, you can and should. They should look at all of your conditions. Best of luck!
        Feb 26, 2014
      2. RTBS1
        RTBS1
        I cant say thank you enough.
        Feb 26, 2014
    6. kittyhawksailor
      kittyhawksailor
      Mr. Perry,

      Ihave a shoulder injury. I am on active duty. I retire in November 2014. I am currently going to physical therapy for my shoulder. What steps should i take before retiring. Physical Therapy has not helped my shoulder, and I have pain in my neck due to shoulder injury.
      1. Jason Perry
        Jason Perry
        Are you on LIMDU?
        Feb 19, 2014
    7. rhody58
      rhody58
      Hello Jason. I was wondering if maybe you could help me get some answers. I was reciently given a 60 percent service connected disability. I have 4 buldging disk in my neck. Digenertive joint desiese in my lower back and both knees. I was talking to the medical officer in Ohio and they was saying that once I get my disability rating that I would have to go to a MEB. Do you know how long this process takes?
    8. cookie8
      cookie8
      hi jason i was wondering have va ratings and the units are sitting on thier packets till they get their twenty year letter and then forceing them to retire without a meb process can you help or can you advise on how to start a class action suit
    9. patrela1
      patrela1
      Hi Jason, my situation is that I retired in 2007 from the reserves, because I could not get the reserves to send me to a medical evaluation after I returned from OIF/OEF 2003-2004, applied to ARBCMR, denied need help if you can advise.

      Thank you sincerely,

      Ret. SSG Lawrence
    10. Jason Perry
      Jason Perry
      LETS GO PATRIOTS!!!
    11. MattR77
      MattR77
      I was recently arrested for DUI and Leaving the scene of an accident. I am hiring a civilian attorney to fight the charges in the civilian court system and would like to know if the fact that I got arrested will mean that my PEB findings will be terminated and I will be chaptered out. I'm due to receive my 199 any day this coming week, but I was wondering if this arrest is a kiss of death for all of it.
      1. Jason Perry
        Jason Perry
        It could impact your PEB. However, it is also possible that the PEB/APDA is not aware of the situation and you could potentially end up with no impact as a result of the arrest. There are many possibilities. Hope things work out well for you.
        Jan 5, 2014
    12. moataz
      moataz
      Although my inuries were sustained in a war time the Army did not consider it as such. After taxing my severance pay and now i am paying the untaxed portion of it out of my VA disability, is there any chance of having the Army and the VA to look over it and change there decision.
    13. moataz
      moataz
      Hello there and Merry Christmas and Happy new year to you and your falmily, I am a Veteran of OEF/OIF and have been battling with the VA and the U.S Army regarding my disability. after over 6 years of fighting the system i am at 80% overall disability with the VA, I was medically discharged with 20% and severance pay.
    14. dwighthenley
      dwighthenley
      I was told, but am not sure if it is true, the air force authorized 15 year retirements and that the MEB is supposed to offer members the 15 year retirement before the temporary medical retirement
    15. Jason Perry
      Jason Perry
      Patriots-Broncos game- some great football, right there, people! GO PATS!!!
    16. N7crapbob
      N7crapbob
      Hey Jason I messed up on a post and I needed to edit the VA number. Would you be able to do this?
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      2. N7crapbob
      3. Jason Perry
        Jason Perry
        What is the correction you want?
        Nov 17, 2013
      4. N7crapbob
        N7crapbob
        Sorry for the delayed reply. I wanted to change the number to 1 800 827 1000. I accidentally put down a sex hotline number lol
        Nov 19, 2013
    17. Odell
      Odell
      My husband with 18 yrs AD, diagnosed with DVT (right leg), knee tendon tear (left leg) and lower back pain. He's being MEB'D; had the NARSUM today and we are feeling helpless right now. HELPPP.... Need to know what his ratings will be on both ends DOD and VA. Feeling helpless!
    18. madmen77
      madmen77
      please help any ideas of what my raings could be?



      Cervical Spondylosis/Ankylosis/reverse spinal lordosis, spianl fusion C6 C7/ radiculopathy
    19. Lionhef
      Lionhef
      Jason,
      I am new to the site but have spent the last 22 Years in the medical field. My last duty station I currently serve as a Medical Officer in the Chief of Clinical Operations at Fort Drum Guthrie Health Care Clinic and IDES, VA
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      2. Jason Perry
        Jason Perry
        Lionhef,
        Welcome! You certainly have the background to offer help and insight to the folks here. Hope the site is helpful to you, too, in gaining insight on issues with IDES.
        Oct 26, 2013
    20. akaJP
      akaJP
      Sir,

      Nice website.

      V/r,

      JP
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    I founded this site in 2007 to provide information and a community for those military members facing disability evaluation.

    I am a former Army JAG officer who represented Soldiers at the Physical Evaluation Board. At that time, I was concerned with the lack of information available to those in the MEB/PEB process. Though I suggested that the Army set up a similar resource, this idea was denied. As I had already decided to leave the Army, I decided to set this site up to do what I think needs to be done- inform people of the process and provide information on compensation and benefits.

    I am an attorney in private practice and I only deal with military disability matters. I provide representation at the MEB/PEB, on administrative appeal, and in the Federal Courts. However, I do not discuss my services or provide legal advice as an attorney on this site. If you are interested in learning more about my services, please visit my webpage: www.peblawyer.com . If you want to contact me regarding professional services, feel free to email me at jason.perry@jeperrylaw.com.

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