Jason Perry
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    1. fdhall
      fdhall
      Jason, I sent you and email a few minutes ago. I actually would've loved to have found your contact info PRIOR to submitting my PDBR submission because I'm sure you would've explained exactly the result I received from the PDBR. I look forward to getting you feedback. Thanks in advance!
    2. rajeev2liz
      rajeev2liz
      Jason Perry email me at kirpalanirajeev@gmail.com like to talk to you. thanks
    3. Elmer J Fudd
      Elmer J Fudd
      Hello Jason, I started the PDBR 4/14 and I was told that a decision was made and a pkg was sent to me 01/16. I was told "your disability rating was increased from a 0% rating, but no money will be paid to you!". During the PDBR my VA rating was only 70%. I just received a 20% increase in April, but the PDBR was already complete. Can you give me some clarity?
      1. Jason Perry
        Jason Perry
        Would need to see findings/any correspondence to know what is going on. But, an educated guess, the PDBR likely changed your disability rating from 0% to 10% or 20% (result= no change as to retirement status, which would require a 30% or higher rating).
        Jul 15, 2016
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      2. Jason Perry
        Jason Perry
        Not sure the relevance of the 20% VA increase from April. In any event, after the PDBR, likely avenue for any further appeals is through the US Court of Federal Claims.

        Best to post a thread with ? as there is only 420 character limit here on profile posts.
        Jul 15, 2016
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    4. tsalk
      tsalk
      Hi Jason. I wonder if we could talk. My husband was originally awarded 30% Service Connected Disability under section 1151. We appealed because we felt the rating should have been higher and after 2 years, they came back with a proposal to sever his service connection. Our local hearing is July 19th. Thanks so much! Tracy tsalk221@gmail.com
    5. Bandit681
      Bandit681
      Hi Jason, I would like to retain your services. Please contact me at jht1976@icloud.com. Status: NARSUM, CC Leter, and C&P (with outright errors) being forwarded to MEB. TYVM - Jon
      1. Jason Perry
        Jason Perry
        Sent you an email. Thanks!
        Jun 14, 2016
    6. Postal46
      Postal46
      would like to talk to you about CRSC help. Willing to pay. please email uanna11@yahoo.com
    7. NAVYMA1
      NAVYMA1
      Hello, I know you're a busy man and also know that you make a living, in part, on giving council. But I was hoping you could message me when available. I received ratings already and must decide to accept or not very soon. Appreciate any time you could spare
    8. Rgaddis3
      Rgaddis3
      Hey I am currently in the meb process do you know will my meb stop if they send me to WTU?
    9. rays1981
      rays1981
      Jason,
      Running into an issue if you could check out my thread then message me that would be great thanks
    10. US_INC
      US_INC
      I'm at that point where I just can't take it anymore and just want to medically retire so I can get better and take care of my kids. my profile currently is T3 "anxiety, depression". my 1sg, provider, therapist mentioned meb but nobody seems to know (or care) how to initiate the process.
    11. Jonnybbravo
      Jonnybbravo
      I would like to provide you a blank copy of the DA Form 7625 (Lotus Forms) so you can place this on your site under the resources, forms section. This would make life easy as this document is still not on USAPA or APD as it also known. Please let me know how I can send you this file or make this happen. Thanks.
    12. Hooah1002
      Hooah1002
      I'm scheduled to go before a Fitness for Duty board this weekend, I have been diagnosed with grade 3 arthritis and patellofemoral syndrome in my knees, SI joint syndrome, bulging disk in my neck with impingement, degenerative disk disease, plus a few other things. Is there a chance that the Army still consider me fit for duty and deployable? Or should I be referred to a MEB?
      1. Jason Perry
        Jason Perry
        Hard to say without knowing a lot more about your case. That said, the fact that your going before a board with several dx's indicates a high likelihood of an ultimate unfit finding. Good luck!
        Mar 5, 2016
      2. Jonnybbravo
        Jonnybbravo
        I would highly consider your options. Just be aware that the Army is going to be changing the Medical/Sick Call/Profile system to draw down. This coming from the Chief of Staff. Basically if you are not world wide deployable, you most likely to go. I am in the process now its a hard one. So close to the finish line but yet so far.....
        Mar 21, 2016
      3. Hooah1002
        Hooah1002
        Was found not deployable/retainable by FFD, referred to PEB (since I don't have LODs for nonretainable injuries). Still allowed to drill until process is complete, just no PT or wearing of combat load. Had to do an SRP this past weekend because deploying unit didn't start my packet, current one will have to do it. The process is maddening.
        Apr 4, 2016
    13. pm24612
      pm24612
      I am currently going through the med board process and I recently appealed my ratings. I am trying to get my back injuries rated by the army but because I didn't receive the diagnoses until after the ratings came the board is saying I still need more documentation to prove that I have back problems. Should I just take what they offered me or should I fight for a better rating?
      1. Jason Perry
        Jason Perry
        Don't have enough information to offer any thoughts. Would need to know a lot more about your case to offer any meaningful input.
        Mar 5, 2016
    14. eagles77
      eagles77
      I was medically discharged as an E-5 promotable with 10% for a shoulder injury, but had seizure due to a brain tumor the Army remove. Three weeks after discharge my name was physically on the E-6 list. If I am approved for retirement will it be at an E-5 or E-6 since I would have made it if not medically discharged
      1. Jason Perry
        Jason Perry
        From what you wrote, it seems E5.
        Feb 28, 2016
    15. lesco431
      lesco431
      Could going through the MEB/PEB process jeopardize my current VA rating?
    16. Jose3223
      Jose3223
      I really need help on some information so I just got done talking with the jag lawyer about my possible ratings in total my diabetes is only 20% and I'm a type 1 newly diagnosed to me that's insane cause I do want to get retired with 30% whats do i do to make that possible cause im not getting out the army with only 20%
    17. tlcopp
      tlcopp
      Hi Jason,
      I'm a Pentagon reporter for Stars and Stripes. I'd appreciate connecting with members who were medically retired due to Asthma after serving in Iraq or Afghanistan. I'm at copp.tara@stripes.com. If you would consider posting this query I'd appreciate it.
      Thank you,
      Tara
    18. Aylin
      Aylin
      Jason, Quick question I was chaptered with 5-17 Honorable discharge but Doctor did not recommended MEB. However I got a 70% service connected disability rating from the VA of PTSD/MST. Can you help? I sent you a message about it! Thanks
    19. dizz11
      dizz11
      Quick Question! I am going through the MEB/PEB process for migraines caused during a deployment. My PEBLO just informed me that the DoD has looked at the package and sent it to the VA. Does this mean I am found unfit and should be expecting a rating? Thanks!
      1. Jason Perry
        Jason Perry
        Yes, that is what that usually means. Best of luck in getting your desired outcome!
        Feb 3, 2016
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    20. 3moose1
      3moose1
      Sorry to bug you but had a specific question that I hoped you can answer. I'm being medboarded due to PTSD from an armed robbery. The PEB wants a police report, but there was no police report filed. My MEBLO said I needed a Line of Duty Determination (which I turned in today) and that would be be fine. Will that be good enough for them? What if they are adamant about getting a police report that doesn't exist?
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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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