Jason Perry
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Jason Perry

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Will take some time to catch up with the posts I have missed. (Also, I am happy to have cable again- Spurs @LAC tonight-#GOSPURSGO ). Nov 11, 2014

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    1. Jason Perry
      Jason Perry
      Will take some time to catch up with the posts I have missed. (Also, I am happy to have cable again- Spurs @LAC tonight-#GOSPURSGO ).
    2. Jason Perry
      Jason Perry
      And....I am back! Relocated to lovely Wellington, FL, and today got the internet (and cable) installed!
      1. Rhino5 and AvnSgt like this.
      2. AvnSgt
        AvnSgt
        Welcome to the place of Fun and Sun.. ;p
        Nov 11, 2014
    3. JJDEAN99
      JJDEAN99
      My husband was in the Army from April of 1994-July of 2004. He was separated due to PTSD. I sent a request to the Army Board of Reviews and our request was granted. We were just contacted by his Peblo and are supposed to meet with her this week to discuss retirement. Can someone tell me what the process should be and how long it will take for him to be paid?
    4. Jason Perry
      Jason Perry
      Have been limited in posting to #PEBFORUM bc of moving and travel for PEB hearings. Should be settled in by Mon.
    5. cnote34
      cnote34
      My questions would be

      1. Will the PDRL follow the va rating of 70% awarded Aug 2013
      2. and if it does not and rates me less than 70% should I appeal or take what course of action.
    6. cnote34
      cnote34
      I frequently use the veterans crisis line as I can access anywhere from the net. I spent several inpatient hospitalization with the VA and civilian PTSD programs and MH. I frequently used VA and civilian MH and took my MH meds I am still using them as well. The last being from Jan-Jul 2013.
    7. cnote34
      cnote34
      I am currently living in HK since Dec 2013. I have not had the ability to go to VA appointments or any other facilities as china does not that this. I tried to go to the Manila VA office and told I was not able to because I didn't reside in manila.
    8. cnote34
      cnote34
      Mr. Perry, I am on TDRL and going to my PDRL exam IN TACM HI tomm. I was put on TDRL in Feb 2010 and have not been seen by the army since. I of course went to the VA and SSDI. I am receiving 70% PTSD from the VA (80% combined va rating) and SSDI.
    9. samricker87
      samricker87
      Incap pay and LOD. Injured may 2013 knee and low back. Did not attend drill until December...Feb 2014 re injured and fell on back. Approved lod for back in April 2014. Have not attended drill since feb 2014 as VA physicians marked unfit for duty on da 7574-1 no pay as of yet. Gave me an approved LOD for t5 vertebrae in Sept 2014.
      1. samricker87
        samricker87
        Been diagnosed with ankylosing spondylitis ........never had these type of problems before my injury but lod and incap people say they want more documentation so I signed a release form ....contacted an IG but says it takes time. I have not been able to work and the only reason I attended drill in dec jan feb is my unit said civilian doc notes don't count and to come in and just sit down I won't have to do anything
        Oct 28, 2014
      2. samricker87
        samricker87
        ...I'm only 27 and joined at 23 came out of either went on unemployment and went to school and now I have exhausted my savings after 18 months. Any advise would be appreciated.
        Oct 28, 2014
      3. samricker87
        samricker87
        Says no more than 140 characters. Doing this from my phone. Sorry for puncture n Grammer
        Oct 28, 2014
    10. raico.dozier
      raico.dozier
      I have signed my 199 received 50% (Army, 21 yrs active duty) and 70%(VA) with a V1 and V3 for my back. I asked about how the CRSC works and no one seems to know. My lawyer said I would receive extra money, "SMEs" told me not to bother with CRSC because it would eliminate the VA pay. Could anyone simplify this process for me and explain how they calculate the amount you receive.
      1. Jason Perry
        Jason Perry
        Ignore the "SMEs" who told you that...The whole point of CRSC is to restore the money that would be otherwise waived because of the general prohibition on dual receipt. The rules on CRSC payment can be found on the Army CRSC website (https://www.hrc.army.mil/tagd/crsc ) and the specific calculations can be found in the DoD Financial Management Regulation.
        Oct 25, 2014
      2. Jason Perry
        Jason Perry
        Also, there are many threads on this site covering the calculations.
        Good luck and congratulations on your retirement.
        Oct 25, 2014
      3. raico.dozier
        raico.dozier
        Thanks, I will also thank you and all the other seniors on this page. It seems that you all give good advise. I followed the page and based off others situations and the advise they received allowed me to handle my case with better expectations. Thanks again and keep giving the good advice.
        Oct 26, 2014
    11. Jason Perry
      Jason Perry
      I am traveling and will not be able to check in or post on the forums much over the next several days.
    12. Clockwise
      Clockwise
    13. jpadg00
      jpadg00
      Sir, I'm having issues with my IDES process and not receiving much help from the Army. I'm wondering if this is something I need a lawyer for? Would you be willing to give me advice? I have posted on the forum about this, but I know my PEBLO is going to contact me soon stating I need to sign everything that same day. Thank you
      1. Jason Perry
        Jason Perry
        It is difficult to know if you "need" (or would benefit) from having a lawyer. Every case is different and some folks do just fine without outside help. Others would definitely benefit. Would need to no more about your case in order to offer any advice. If you are interested in my services, please contact me at jason.perry@jeperrylaw.com. You can also read more about my practice at www.peblawyer.com .
        Sep 18, 2014
    14. antjuanjones1893
      antjuanjones1893
      My question for the forum is this, how long does it take to get a response back or a decision from the PDBR? I sent my paper work in in October of 2013 and I also sent my SS approval paperwork to show the seriousness of my issues. I have tried to get in touch with the PDBR to no aval and it you have a moment I have a few questions for you. antjuanjones1784@gmail.com

      R/
    15. DataMgr4U
      DataMgr4U
      Jason I was referred to you and 420 characters isn't enough to explain my issue.
      please contact me below so I can then send you my issue, to see if you have any advice.



      datamgr4u@gmail.com
    16. patrela1
      patrela1
      Hi Jason here is what I wrote you in January, I retired from reserves in 2007 because they would not send me to med board for an evaluation I applied to ARBCMR and they denied my request to be sent for an evaluation and an upgrade to medical retirement from regular honorable reserve retirement this is what it was about basically. Thanks Jason
      Ret. SSG Lawrence
    17. pvt.brittenum
      pvt.brittenum
      I sent you an email about legal services.
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    18. bdbutche09
      bdbutche09
      Hey Jason. I have been member on this 6 months. I have been going through the PDBR process for almost 9 months. I need your legal help. I was med boarded with 20 percent, the VA rated the same disability at 40 as soon as I separated. Please help.
    19. stone16
      stone16
      Jason, I recently filed for and MEB from the AF. My C&P exams are complete and the package is being sent to AFPC in TX. I am looking for legal representation to ensure that I'm not missing anything and for guidance on proper percentages etc. please let me know if you are available to represent me, and if not will you please put me in touch with someone who is? Regards
      1. Jason Perry
        Jason Perry
        I responded via email. If you did not receive my response, please contact me directly at jason.perry@jeperrylaw.com.
        Aug 10, 2014
    20. Chincha1492
      Chincha1492
      Sir,

      US Air Force Reserve security Forces member.

      My LOD was approved and asked to be put on MEDCON, Col. stated that at this time due to budget restraints orders where not available again due to no money in the budget, but was advised to try for INCAP with a 50/50 chance of getting it.


      HAVE ALL DOCUMENTATION, EMAILS AND UP TO DATE CHRONOLOGICAL!

      I AM SCARED AND DON'T KNOW WHAT TO DO!
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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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