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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Nov 28, 2014 at 4:25 PM
    1. nlaw37
      nlaw37
      Jason - WOW! Those numbers are amazing, along with this site! Makes you wish you were back in High School and doing a senior project again, LOL! Quite a project though, and it needs to recognized so that more may find answers and help they need. Whether it is simple or complex and requiring the need to hire you. Either way, this site and your continuous service is great. The amount of posts and replies I see you have each night amazes me, and makes one stop and think of the amount of personal time, after work, you put in to this. If I can help out in any way let me know. I am doing my homework so that I may help others, since I have completed my PEB and headed back home. Now I am on to the VA side of things and looking into fighting the Army (the VA rep told me I should once I get back to PA). Long story! Maybe I'll email you about that. Hope all is well, and once again thanks!
      Nick
    2. nlaw37
      nlaw37
      Jason - this is the least the many users of this site can do. Your countless hours on here alone, helping many, should be rewarded somehow, someway. I am much appreciative of your work on here. I was wondering, do you keep a tally of how many users have been through this site and have requested help? I can only imagine what that number would be! Once again thanks Jason!
    3. nlaw37
      nlaw37
      Jason - would you be able to post your info for all to see so that we may vote for you for the CNN Hero? Maybe you have, I just have not seen it, and it asks for city, state, etc? It would be great! Thanks.
      Nick Lawless
    4. angelrod
      angelrod
      Hello sir, well I sent you the documents and I call you but think you are busy, when you get a time please anwer this email and tell me what you think about documents, thanks
    5. freeman2ea
      freeman2ea
      My formal MEB is 5 Aug. Based on VASRD codes I think I'm coded incorrectly for my lower back, 5242 and my PTSD 9422? I read in the Disability Counceling Guide for PEB Liaison Officers "if a member disagrees with any of the entries on the AF Form 356" I should ask for a formal hearing to insure the info is correct?
      Is it to late to ask for help?

      Also, I hit my 29 year mark on 13 Nov 09. Is there anything I can do to just retire?

      I e-mailed my congressman last night and hopefully he can assist me.

      My CC is not consistant regarding how she decides if a person can stay in or not, the CC letter. I asked her if she would give me a letter stating I deserve a 20 year retirement; she said she would look into this.


      Sorry for the long e-mail, but I'm really depressed and angry at what has and is happening to me.

      They did approve my wife to accompany me as I'm a mess, cant remember and my pain is extremely bad. I feel like the enemy and wrong the way we are treated!

      Thank You!
    6. bonefish77
      bonefish77
      Hello Jason,
      I recently recieved my 1st TDRL evaluation and I got back a informal offer of 40% PDRL code 5240. I am thinking of submitting a revaluation request so they rate the active portion of the athritis disease under the 5009 code. I could accept that and try to get my 40% rating through the VA increased. I have severe Aklyosising spondilities also know as AS. what do you think? call me 703-980-1221 or email JRNorthrup@aol.com . thank you
    7. freeman2ea
      freeman2ea
      Jason,

      Thanks for your support!

      This site is awsome.
    8. freeman2ea
      freeman2ea
      Jason,

      Unfortunatly I'm unable to commit, but thanks for the response.

      Steve
    9. angelrod
      angelrod
      sir, I sent you form 2173 in yahoo did you recive it
    10. Dan Hargrove
      Dan Hargrove
      Jason:

      I'm a lawyer in San Antonio. Will you call me when you have a moment.

      Dan Hargrove
      210.223.9700
    11. rothschildh
      rothschildh
      Hello- I was wondering if you have ever seen Chronic Idiopathic Neutropenia rated? It is not listed on the ratings under blood diseases. I also take Neuprogen injections every day for it. Thanks.

      Heidie
    12. freeman2ea
      freeman2ea
      Jason,

      I have my formal at Randolf on July 19 - 21. I'm aloud to bring my wife as I'm phsically and mentally unable to give 100% because of my PTSD and Cronic Back pain and or side effects. How much would it cost to get you to represent me. Jason, I just can't get it together and I have to do the best for my wife and daughter.


      R
      TSgt Freeman
    13. angelrod
      angelrod
      estoy en la pc hasta las 10 pm hoy
    14. angelrod
      angelrod
      Hola te llame hoy dos veces dime cuando vas a estar para llamarte ok
    15. angelrod
      angelrod
      hola me dices que hablas espanol. te envie otro mensaje, tienes un numero donde te pueda llamar o yo te dare el mio nesecito tu ayuda para estar pendiente a lo que pasa, y me contesto el oficial a cargo de la investigacion que ya la paso a manos de brigade comander para resolver. espero que sea pronto
    16. etsing12
      etsing12
      I'm trying to find out the best course of action for my fiance which was diagnosed with rheumatoid arthritis while deployed. Her doctor told her that she is not 100% sure if this is the right diagnose since she is not responding to any of the medication for this chronic disease, her doctor is not sure what she has. She is going thru the meb board proceeding and the board granted a 50% disability. The question is, should she appeal the decision in hope that she can qualify for medical retirement?
    17. angelrod
      angelrod
      I have read parts of this regulation , and I want know about a lod that I have open sence 2003 and at that time no body was worry for it, 6 years (2009) they are working with it another commander knows that i have try that it was complete at 2003 2004 ...5.... 6....7 and 2007 they sent me to a medical board and separate me from national guard , I let know of my lod but they separate me I sent a form 149 to correction of records and they tell national to bring me back, they cannot separate me I have 18 years and 8 mounth, sow I am back, but what happend when national guard of puerto rico was sent to kuwait and irak they dont sent me becuase my lod was open,cuase of that i am not a veteran , buI what i sad no body complete it, whos resposable for that .I had lost to be a veteran and serve my country and money
    18. seabiskit
      seabiskit
      I need a Lawyer to represent me at the Board of military corrections. Would you represent me. If you aren't available could you recommend someone who is Thanks David Seaquist
    19. az1 kerl
      az1 kerl
      I received a PEB board results 21 May reducing my disability from 40% TDRL to 20% and serverance without benefits. I sent in my request for Formal Board to argue the reduced disability % on June 1st via email, and received a reply next day stating it was received. Today I received a letter stating I since I had not replied in the required 15 days I would be severanced out. Is there anything/anyone i can contact to straighten this mess out. I have the emails to prove I replied in time. I also received a second PEB orders to be re-evaluated shortly after the first PEB results showed up. My TDRL Coordinator told me not to worry about the second set of orders. Seems to me the Navy just wants to pay me off and cut off my disability benefits and get me off Tricare. Any help would be great!!!
    20. tarheelboy
      tarheelboy
      What can I do if I don't want to wait on my re-evaluation? Is there anyone I can contact? HRC? I just wish I would have faught harder to stay in. I have a great job, but I miss serving my country and leading soldiers.
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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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