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Please vote. Nov 7, 2016

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    1. ranger167
      ranger167
      Hello Jason, New member here! Not really new because I have been watching you and maparker for awhile. I see your an attorney and I was curious what your fees maybe. I need some help with my FPEB. DA FM 199 is a mess
      1. Jason Perry
        Jason Perry
        I am traveling for PEB hearings, so have limited chance to reply. You can check out my services at www.peblawyer.com. Will respond to your inquiry in when I return. Thanks for the question and I hope all goes your way!
        Aug 21, 2012
    2. DoD_resq_FF
      DoD_resq_FF
      Hey Jason, Thanks for making this site! I've gotten a lot of info form these forums so far but I am in need of specific advice/help. I just got my IPEB rating of 20% (back) and another 10% (knee) which means I only get separated instead of retired. What is the possibility of the AF giving me the 30% for retirement? I only got MEB'd for my back, can I add in the knee problem in the appeal?
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      2. DoD_resq_FF
        DoD_resq_FF
        The VA C&P exam found I have a torn meniscus in my knee. I'm not sure if the AF has taken this into account. Can the FPEB give me a lower % than the IPEB?
        Aug 17, 2012
      3. Jason Perry
        Jason Perry
        The FPEB can only find conditions fit or unfit. If they find your knee not unfitting, then you will not be rated (and, in that way, they can "lower" the percentage you receive). However, they cannot change the rating assigned for each condition- the VA assigns ratings.
        Aug 17, 2012
      4. DoD_resq_FF
        DoD_resq_FF
        OK, thanks Jason! Big help.
        Aug 17, 2012
    3. Slorcoe
      Slorcoe
      Jason.... looks like the thunder and spurs are the only ones who did nothing in the off season.......... but the real reason is can you look at this post I made: CRSC Question... i am about to submit CRSC and dont know what to do....
    4. Jwaldo1
      Jwaldo1
      Jason, I have a question. I just got my proposed ratings from the IPEB for RSD of the foot. I got a 90% from the VA total for a number of things but only a 30% for the RSD under a code 8524. Now, since the way RSD is rated and the VET should be afforded the higher of the ratings if two ratings explain the same symptoms. Should I appeal under a code 8520
    5. bman21
      bman21
      Jason! I need some advice! Anything is much appreciated. I'm in the USMC. VA sent proposed ratings to PEB May 29, 2012. It is now July 21 2012 and I have heard nothing from my peblo. Nearly two months seems a little strange.. Your thoughts?
      1. Jason Perry
        Jason Perry
        I wish I could say that this is strange. There is a wide degree in variability in time processing. I am not surprised they have not given you any more info. You can try checking with your PEBLO, but they are unlikely to know much until they get findings back. Good luck!
        Jul 21, 2012
      2. bman21
        bman21
        Thanks for the input! Fingers crossed
        Jul 22, 2012
    6. ktk2
      ktk2
      I'm sorry to bother you but I don't know what to do so I was found unfit to return to duty back in April when my findings came back in May I was ok with the decision to medical retire me from the service. When it was time to recieve order COC decided to do a general under honorable conditions for minor misconduct infractions
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    7. Youngr80
      Youngr80
      I read on this forum that some members had filed a suit for Type 1 Diabetes against the VA or military(I'm not sure which) and had their percentage raised from 20% to 40%. I'm trying to get some information together that I can present when I meet with my attorney. If anyone has anything they can send me it would be greatly appreciated. I can be reached by email at youngr80@gmail.com. Ryan
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      2. Youngr80
        Youngr80
        that high blood pressure is related to diabetes lol, which we all know it's directly related so anything you can give me will help and I'm sorry for being long winded but I need HELP
        Jun 29, 2012
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      3. Jason Perry
        Jason Perry
        Jun 29, 2012
      4. Jason Perry
        Jason Perry
        Hope that helps.
        Jun 29, 2012
    8. Jason Perry
      Jason Perry
      Been watching the Spurs? Incredible world class play and poise under pressure. Down 24 points tonight against the Clippers? Spurs win by 10.
    9. Screwed
      Screwed
      Jason, I rec'd med. retire. orders Mon, May 14th but my comm. hasn't allowed me to out process till today. Now, he's put me on "admin hold" bc he says my FEB has not closed out and he's opening an investigation bc he was told I was late to work recently and missed a day (both are bologna). He has ordered me to stop out processing, even though I have a retirement date of July 28th. What should I do??? Please help!
      1. Jason Perry
        Jason Perry
        Hard to say for sure, but your commander likely has no authority to supersede your orders. I would go to your base/post legal services and ask for some help. I would ask for something in writing about this alleged "admin hold." All of this sounds bogus to me.
        May 18, 2012
      2. Screwed
        Screwed
        I agree, but the ADCs are incompetent and/or negligent. Is this the sort of thing you handle?
        May 18, 2012
    10. kjune
      kjune
      Just got word of 20% DoD and 80% VA. My Medical Officer never submitted my addendum for my back and hip to be part of my NARSUM. I'm waiting on the call from the peblo to view my package but FPEB for sure.
    11. Twitty
      Twitty
      I was recently diagnose with sjorgen syndrone. I have been on AD for eleven yrs. Will I be MEB for disease? I have read other posting of other members receiving only 20 percent disability.
    12. PB74
      PB74
      Jason - First, thanks for making this site. This is AWESOME! Great information. I'm in the beginning phase of my MEB and from reading these boards I'm a little concerned regarding the appeal on the MEB decision. Can I PM you for specifics?

      Thanks again!
      Patrick
    13. madtexan
      madtexan
      Jason,

      I posted a comment in this thread and would really like to hear what you have to say. Thanks! Cappie

      Question-PEB/TDRL vs. involulantary seperation

      Discussion in 'Physical Evaluation Board System Overview' started by CDiddy, Nov 5, 2009
    14. Germankid
      Germankid
      Jason, I'm planning on going to FPEB for cervical fusion. I am trying to fight for a fit. I have been found unfit but have not received my VA rating. I have 16 yrs an 6 months and like everyone I want to get the retirement. Have you seen anyone fight for fit on cervical fusion or is COAD my best option. I passed my APFT and i have no issues with my job at my rank(senior CPT/Logistic Officer). Thanks
      1. Jason Perry
        Jason Perry
        I would want to know what your commander writes in the functional performance statement and whether you have support that you in fact are not limited in duty performance (including Soldier tasks). Aside from COAD, recall that there is new authority for TERA retirement, too (though, the Army has not yet issued guidance on this).
        Apr 10, 2012
      2. Germankid
        Germankid
        Thanks Jason for the reply. The commander's comment on the DA form 7652 was:
        SM does not perform duties im MOS because Soldier can not wear ACH and IBA for prolong periods of time. The JAG said I should fight for fit for duty. I have done my job with no issues as a AIT CDR. I will send you a PM.
        Apr 10, 2012
    15. 808svt
      808svt
      Jason, I'm in desperate need of help. When I signed my findings I acceppted a 0% DOD and 70% VA. The PEBLO stated at that time since I was 0% DOD I would not have to repay my severance but now I am hearing different. If I have to repay it it could be extremely difficult to make ends meet and I have no idea what I would do. PLEASE HELP!
    16. jd101proof
      jd101proof
      If you have a moment to spare... I am trying to locate this memo: ARMY AMMED FT. SAM HOUSTON policy letter #11-038 dtd 03 MAY 2011
      I have exhausted all possible means of locating it on my end, hoping maybe you would know OR hopefully have access to it? Thanks in advance!
      1. Jason Perry
        Jason Perry
        I will check, but I am OCONUS and may not find or answer quickly. I will be back in US on 14 April. Please remind me once in a while if I don't respond in a week.
        Mar 31, 2012
    17. Jason Perry
      Jason Perry
      Travelling for a bit so I will only be checking in periodically.
    18. Jason Perry
      Jason Perry
      Working on the forum...I hope the members here like it!
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    19. Jason Perry
      Jason Perry
      Welcome Back, PEBFORUM!
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    20. jsmmthomas97
      jsmmthomas97
      The ankle happened in Iraq.My ROM is about 70%,I have to wear a boot to keep from putting too much pressure on it.I have trouble going up/down stairs and can stand for intervals of about 15 minutes.I am sure I will be medically retired since I've been in ten years and am looking at least 60% by my guess, but probably more.I know the VA comes back with a number as well as the Army. And then I guess I'm supposed to choose which one to take. Some people tell me if the Army offers a severance to take it because the VA will kick in once it gets the equivalent of being paid off from the severance. Another person told me that if you wait to file your VA and accept the Army's offer you can get both.Any help or advice you can offer is appreciated. Other conditions I have:lower back problems (no surgeries, but several visits to the ER for sprains and extreme pain), minor depression (originally claimed as PTSD), plantar fascitis in both feet, and severe carpal tunnel in both wrists.
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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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