Jason Perry
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Jason Perry

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LET'S GO PATRIOTS!!!! Feb 1, 2015

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    1. Cheri
      Cheri
      Thanks Jason, to clarify, if i elect the 30% PDR & the 100% VA i am eligible for CRDP at age 60? My AD orders ALL qualify for reduction in age which drops my effective age of 60 down to 55. HRC retirement OFC told me that i have to transfer to Retired Reserve list to receive concurrent reserve & 100% VA pay now, but if i elect the 30% PDR & 100% VA i have to wait until age 60 to draw concurrent. Thanks,Cheri
      1. Jason Perry
        Jason Perry
        You will be eligible for CRDP at age 55 from what you have stated. I don't understand anything the HRC Officer told you. Seems a complete misunderstanding of law/regs.
        Aug 10, 2013
    2. Cheri
      Cheri
      I am a USAR LTC w/23good yrs, mob'd in '07 =>OEF in MEB/IDES My question: Can a Reservist retiring with 30% PDR & 100% VA permanent disability be eligible for CRDP & the reduction in age while being medically discharged from active duty. Or would this Soldier have to waive medical retirement & transfer to reserve retirement list in order to receive the reduction in age & CRDP at age 55 years
      1. Jason Perry
        Jason Perry
        "Can a Reservist retiring with 30% PDR & 100% VA permanent disability be eligible for CRDP & the reduction in age while being medically discharged from active duty." Yes. But, the CRDP would not take effect until age you would have been retirement eligible.
        Aug 9, 2013
    3. Curahee
      Curahee
      I'm new here and i have a deadline as of today requiring me to submitt supporting documentation just to Start a LD investagation. I have supplied everything that i have for my claim of service aggravation within the MONG. They aren't satisfied and will not start a LOD investigation. Do i have a right to a LD determination and if so how can i get it enforced?
    4. MSGHAWK
      MSGHAWK
      For some reason the titles of each thread are gone, they are white like the background. Happened a couple of days ago... any idea what's wrong?
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      2. Jason Perry
        Jason Perry
        Thanks for the "bug report." I recently did an upgrade and some styling elements changed. I just looked at that issue and I believe I fixed the text color. Can you confirm if it is showing black letters now? Thanks again!
        Jul 29, 2013
      3. MSGHAWK
        MSGHAWK
        It's all fixed now, thanks
        Jul 29, 2013
    5. COLTONMD
      COLTONMD
      Jason can I get your phone number please?
      1. Jason Perry
        Jason Perry
        Will send you a personal conversation message with it included.
        Jul 27, 2013
    6. brian.boss
      brian.boss
      Quick question. I just started the MEB process and have about 5000 active duty points and 5000 RC points for retirement. Will they be lumped together to surpass the magic number of 7200?? I have about 14.5 years of Active Duty and 5 years National Guard time.
    7. dwighthenley
      dwighthenley
      I am a title 32 AGR called to Title 10 Active Duty for Afghan Deployment. Was found to have PTSD and sent to the MEB Process. They pulled me from title 10 and put me back on title 32 during the process stating that active duty is active duty. Was I supposed to remain on title 10 until the MEB is over or was it legal to put me on title 32 status with the MEB going on?
      1. Jason Perry
        Jason Perry
        Somewhat complicated issue...you probably should have stayed Title 10. Not sure if it will matter in your case (and much of appeals on this point is tied to whether your are out any money by virtue of the change in status).
        Jun 27, 2013
    8. blue9170
      blue9170
      The PDBR denied my request. My senators office wants me to file a request with Navy board of Corrections. What difference does that make? I need help, should I get an attorney?
      1. Jason Perry
        Jason Perry
        I will reply to your email. Short answer, though, is that once you have gone to PDBR to increase your ratings, you cannot apply to BCMR for same issues.
        Jun 27, 2013
    9. jjthiv76
      jjthiv76
      I know it's not your bag, but I was approached with a question. My cousin is looking for advice/counsel to get his discharge from the AF upgraded. You've provided me with such a great service through my MEB/PEB, I was wondering if this is in your scope or if your know of a good attorney that you could recommend? Thanks in advance.
      1. Jason Perry
        Jason Perry
        I do handle those type of cases. However, it must be understood that these can be difficult to win. If your cousin would like to contact me on this matter, best if he sends me an email at jason.perry@jeperrylaw.com .
        Jun 27, 2013
      2. jjthiv76
        jjthiv76
        Thanks. I've forwarded your info on to him. I do want to thank you again for your service to us "broken" folks. I can't say how much I've learned and appreciate this site.
        Jun 28, 2013
    10. shadow4
      shadow4
      Hello Jason, do I have any protection or rights in reference to proposed ratings prior to separation and final rating. I had a proposed rating of 100% for Menieres and received Army retirement pay as such until final VA award was decided. This changed to 30% but I nothing has improved and I had no appointment or treatment prior to or since the proposed and final rating.
      1. Jason Perry
        Jason Perry
        Need more details....were you on TDRL for a period of time or was this a reduction post placement on PDRL. Something sounds wrong here, just need to understand the situation. Baseline answer is yes, you have rights/protections. Best to start a thread on your question. I am limited to response length here.
        Jun 23, 2013
    11. phillymarine
      phillymarine
      Hey Jason, I'd like to introduce myself. I am currently going through the informal PEB and waiting on an unfit/fit determination since May 23, 2013. I currently have a BS in Criminal Justice and will be finishing up my Masters in Public Administration spring of 2014. Any advice on career options after the military? Should I consider law school and will the GI Bill cover that? Thanks

      Tim
      1. Jason Perry
        Jason Perry
        phillymarine,

        As to law school, like anything else, it's best to work doing something you love. Hard part is that it is hard to know before you finish law school what the actual practice of law is like. It is expensive. And, there are a lot of unemployed attorneys out there. On the other hand, it can be a very enjoyable profession.
        Jun 20, 2013
      2. Jason Perry
        Jason Perry
        GI Bill should be available for law school- however, it may not cover all of the costs. Feel free to follow up with any questions. Good luck!
        Jun 20, 2013
    12. gimartin
      gimartin
      Quick question I was hoping you could help me out with. I am just starting the MEB process (Active Army, 14+ yrs) and have not been assigned a lawyer or PEBLO or anything. What are the benefits or instances in which it would be beneficial to hire a civilian lawyer (such as yourself) to take me through the entire MEB process as opposed to the appointed JAG lawyer. Any help is greatly appreciated. Thanks!
      1. Jason Perry
        Jason Perry
        I will send you a private message...I tried to respond here, but my answer ran too long.
        Jun 10, 2013
      2. gimartin
        gimartin
        Got it, thanks!
        Jun 11, 2013
    13. Jason Perry
      Jason Perry
      Looking forward to game 2 of the NBA Finals...GO SPURS GO!! #nbafinals
    14. Jason Perry
      Jason Perry
      Spurs take first game in Miami!!! GO SPURS GO!!
    15. sfminnick
      sfminnick
      Hi there. My husband just received a denial for TSGLI stating his injury wasn't due to trauma. The paperwork clearly states that a trauma is classified as "falling out of a tub" etc. my husband was injured in Iraq and then once home, sustained another injury after falling off our porch and landing on his back. He has since had a lower lumbar fusion. Does this sound like a normal denial??
      1. Jason Perry
        Jason Perry
        Hard to say without seeing the evidence and the denial letter.
        May 23, 2013
    16. EODmstr
      EODmstr
      Jason,
      Not sure if this is the right place to contact you, I'm lookinbg at a possible congressional inquiry. Iwas denied a Formal board. Had some questions for you about what I should ask, and if there is anything you recommend that I ask, since I know you have had issues in the past with the way the Navy does bussiness. Thanks, EODMstr
    17. 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.
    18. 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
    19. 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?
    20. Jason Perry
      Jason Perry
      Making some changes to #Pebforum. Hope this helps people
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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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