Jason Perry
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Jason Perry

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Been a difficult few days- right before Thanksgiving, my Aunt Phyllis Perry passed away. Just got back from her funeral in MA. RIP Phyllis! Dec 3, 2014

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    1. Jason Perry
      Jason Perry
      In case you aren't paying attention, the Spurs once again are playing Championship level basketball. I sense a sweep of the Lakers.
    2. sasquatch98
      sasquatch98
      I posted a new conversation with you I'm not sure if that's how you handle privat messages here or not.

      Thank You
    3. Marlex
      Marlex
      Hello Jason
      I was just told I was approved to go into a WTU to start the MEB process. The only 2 options are FT Hood or at FT Polk. I am currntly station in Arkansas. I am an Active duty CPT with 24 years of Active Sevice and I really want to focus on transitioning out of the Army while getting my medical needs taking care of. Which WTU is a better fit with resource and less headaches?
    4. Jason Perry
      Jason Perry
      Making some changes to #Pebforum. Hope this helps people
    5. James Orton
      James Orton
      Thank you for the time you invest helping veterans
    6. Jayson69
      Jayson69
      It came fro U.S. Army Human Resources Command, Total Combat-Related Disability 100 % Effective March 2009. Looks like CW Bum signed it.
    7. Jayson69
      Jayson69
      Hope someone might be able to help me out. I am 100% P/T from the VA. 100% PDRL from the Army. I just recieved my finding from CRSC findings letter say approved 100% Combat Related. I recieved a letter from the Army saying pay would be 2000 a month roughly, but since I am VA at $3200 a month, how much would I be looking at for CRSC?
      1. Jason Perry
        Jason Perry
        Not sure if the letter from the Army was for CRSC or regular pay. If from CRSC board, you will get the additional $2000. If it is not from CRSC board, you should get a letter stating what amount you will receive.
        Mar 4, 2013
    8. Mel2007
      Mel2007
      I am an active duty E-4 with 6 years in they starting my meb and I was diagnosed with CRPS/RSD. I had to do an EMG/ nerve conduction and I was unable to complete it because of the severe pain. I was trying to get guidance since this is a hard disability that no one knows about. Will me not completing the EMG hurt my MEB? Thank you for your time.
    9. Jay W
      Jay W
      I am an active duty Air Force E7 with chronic lower back pain. They haven't found anything wrong through xrays, etc but are considering meb. I can do my job an/ deploy, I just can't run / walk the fitness test because of pain so I get waived from that component alot. I've never failed a fit test ever. Is there a chance I'll be medically retired/seperated? Or not likely? I want to stay in but im concerned. Thanks.
    10. aviva64
      aviva64
      I was wondering if you could find out whether or not someone can decline retirement and take severance instead? It is a very long story..I explained it all in a post to Maparker. thank you.
    11. rbcris72
      rbcris72
      I recieved my PDBR letter on the 24th of Feb 2012 that I was being retired at 30%. I haven't heard anything else since that time. I'm a little worried that something is wrong or something was lost. I guess the letter was sent to ther Deputy Commandant, Manpower & Reserve Affairs, USMC from the Director, Secretary of the Navy Council of Review Boards. What should I do????? Any #'s or emails I should call of write????
      1. Jason Perry
        Jason Perry
        I am about to post a response to this question you asked in the forums. Please look that response over. As a baseline, it has been to long since your findings for you to not have received an update.
        Jan 24, 2013
      2. rbcris72
        rbcris72
        Thank you. I'll start tomorrow.
        Jan 24, 2013
    12. SSgtFMG
      SSgtFMG
      I have serviced in the Air Force for 12 years and I developed a chest pain problem 8 years ago it seems to change names from month to month,but I am to the point of agree/disagree with the 10% they want to give me. The VA has a overall 50% pay out for everything. I want to know if I need a lawyer to get at least 30% and receive medical retirement instead of just a check and a kick.
      1. Jason Perry
        Jason Perry
        It is hard to predict much without knowing more about your case. As it stands, the 10% current rating does not seem promising, but without knowing any additional facts it is hard to tell if that is an appropriate outcome and what might be needed to get to at least 30%. If you are interested in legal services, feel free to email me at jason.perry@jeperrylaw.com .

        Hope all goes well for you.
        Jan 11, 2013
    13. Devon Clarke
      Devon Clarke
      The Dept. of the Army said that they disagreed with the PDBR majority vote 30% and instead side with the one minority vote 20% therefore retirement is denied. I thought the whole purpose of the PDBR is to review these injustices that were done and come up with a fair decision. What is the purpose of the PDBR if they put the decision back in the hands that rendered the injustice in the first place.
      1. Jason Perry
        Jason Perry
        Can't really comment meaningfully on "purpose" or such- the reality is that they have apparently gone against that purpose. But, the fact that the PDBR voted in your favor would seem to suggest you have a good basis for winning an appeal. Sounds like you got a raw deal and it may make sense to fight this. Good luck!
        Dec 8, 2012
    14. stvaldez226
      stvaldez226
      I just had several appointment recently and it turns out that my medical conditions that i was diagnosed with is a lot worse than I though it was. Not to mention when I was in the Marines I never noticed how much an effect these conditions had on me. It affects my every day living now. How would I go about getting re evaluated and would I have to hire an attorney?
    15. Obiwan
      Obiwan
      Jason. I need a lawyer. The PDBR found in my favor but today I got word the Army denied my claim. My case is complicated and I am hoping a good attorney can represent me in court.
    16. Bradley L Smith SFC USA
      Bradley L Smith SFC USA
      Jason for over a year I have been waiting for the Army to complete my exit/DD Form 214. My a brain injury and the VA was completed my IDES on 28 JUN 2012 and PEB finally completed 15 Sep 2012, who long does a Active Duty Soldier with 30+ years of service to get my Exit papers. I have not worked since my Stroke (5Oct11). The VA rated me at (actually 210%) 100% and Army 70%.
      Thanks, SFC Smith
    17. Keithl814
      Keithl814
      Ok so if the VA rated me for a left shoulder injury and did so based on it being my non dominant hand, but in fact it really is my dominant hand, how easy of a fix is that? Also, if I got rated 20% based on my non dominant hand, wouldn't my rating increase?
    18. Jason Perry
      Jason Perry
      Travelling for PEB hearings! I may be "out of the net" until the weekend.
    19. Jason Perry
      Jason Perry
      Checking the twitter feed for #pebforum
    20. Jason Perry
      Jason Perry
      Spending time with updating PEBFORUM software!
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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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