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  • Hello,
    I am trying to find out if it is possible for my husband to appeal his MEB and get it changed to a medical retirement he was discharged December of 2016, his 10% went up to a 60% within less than a year.
    Jason Perry
    Jason Perry
    Yes, it is possible. He will either have to apply to the Board for Correction of Military Records or file suit in Federal Court.
    Respectfully, I am an Army Chaplain I have served for 34 years. I was found unfit for severe ptsd and depression.

    I just received my DOD rating of 30 percent and my VA claim of 30 percent. Waiting on another VA claim for my MST.

    I am taken back by the 30 percent from DOD. I just turned 52 and I am also dealing with Hoshimoto disease.

    I respectfully need your guidance.
    Jason Perry
    Jason Perry
    If you have a post, I will respond if I see something here on the forums. If you are seeking legal representation, please send an email to [email protected] (Include contact information). I hope all goes well for you either way!
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    TAT2DVETPI
    When were you released from service? Has it been longer than 6 months since you were reevaluated following your first rating decision?
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    TAT2DVETPI
    HLDAVIS1966: You should have been rated a minimum of 50% then reevaluated after 6 months. If its been longer than 6 months w/o a re-evaluation then you automatically get bumped to 100% given the PTSD is service related and severe enough to bring about your release from active military service.
    Hope this helps.
    Sir, I was diagnosed with Type 1 Diabetes in March 2018 and currently in IDES process. Recently got IPEB findings. For the Diabetes, board proposed 40% TDRL. In going through your forum, I found a thread related to an update on Army policy on TDRL placement, but the link was dead. I was wondering if there was a new link for that document or any other information regarding TDRL placement that may be useful? TY
    Mr. Perry,

    How can I contact you via the telephone? I was some information on the process that the US Coast Guard used in my discharge proceedings. I have a lot of questions but I’m not sure we’re to get my answers. I’m looking to update my discharge rating. Also, if I was medically retired, would it be reflected on my DD214?
    Hello Attorney Perry,
    Im active duty and had a TBI last fall. I have not been to work since.
    I was referred to a PEB for: 1. Cognitive Dysfunction, Depression, Chronic Headaches
    2. Lower back pain, lumbar spondylosis, and degenerative disc
    disease. My civilian MD also diagnosed Sciatica but I didnt put it on my initial claim. Can I still add it? Or must I file a new claim? DBQ? Thank you!
    Hello sir, I spoke again to the Peb and the marine (I’m navy) who said the Officers have it back now so it went backwards. I’m so confused I’m like a cow looking at a new gate.
    Hello Mr, Perry i am so sorry to bother you so late i was just wondering if i could get some help understanding what my Qa phase went into today. The va finished my claim and sent it back for QA on the 18th of September and it’s been in the Qa phase since they said. Today i spoke with the Dod office there and the young gentleman said he doesn’t know what it means But it’s now QA suspense.
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    Jason Perry
    Did you accept the DoD findings?
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    Gba19
    mo sir, I have yet to receive my BEL. I am still in IDES my PUEBLO told me about my Va Rating as did the guy at the va (well the proposal) just told yesterday the finial QA was put in suspense. I was just looking for the terminology for being put in QA suspense. I do not know if I'm right but between gathering evidence on this amazing page full of USA's best and what little I could find about it. it seems to be a
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    Gba19
    regulated timed indicator the PEB has asked for ratings for either being MSC induced late appointments and or back log and or missing paperwork, signatures or misspellings.
    Mr. perry.
    Could you tell me how to go about writing a personal statement to appeal an unfitting condition?
    I’ve read it can hurt my case but the lawyer wants to give it a try.
    Would I hurt my va ratings? I’m sitting at 80% va and only 10% dod.
    We are trying to move ptsd to unfitting condition. It is not combat related and I only have 3.5 years in service.

    Thank you in advance.
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    Jason Perry
    Jason Perry
    I am not sure what you mean by your question (the "how to go about" piece....it sounds like a simple answer, and that is the problem. In order to make a statement, you write the statement. I am guessing you are asking something else or are wanting some guidance about the contents the any statement).
    BREAK- See next comment as I am limited in character to respond here.
    Jason Perry
    Jason Perry
    I am not sure you are seeking to do the best thing to reach your goals. A personal statement can be helpful in some limited circumstances. However, the best effort in making an "unfitting" case is usually objective evidence or support for facts you wish to argue (usually from command personnel or medical providers). Probably best if you make a post about your question.
    Best of luck with your case!
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    Janan.ford
    Thank you for getting back to me so soon.
    The lawyer is going to appeal the case, I was just worried that my va rating may go down. Have you heard of that happening at all?
    Mr. Perry,
    As many are, my story is a little out of the ordinary and I would like to contact you for some advice. Is that possible?
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    Jason Perry
    Jason Perry
    If you are looking to get me to comment on your situation as a member of this forum, then you should just post the details. However, if you are interested in legal services, please contact me at [email protected] .
    Sir -
    I've seen your writings throughout the board and would like to talk with you. Do you offer free consultations?
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    ThatNAVLife
    Disregard. I found your About page. Contacting you that way.
    Sir,
    I am not sure what to do, I was placed on TDRL in 1996 from the Marines due to a TBI, we went in front of the PEB board in 1998 in which they found me unfit at 30% disabled and put me back on TDRL for what we assumed would be til 2000-2001, which would have been the 5 year mark. I never once received any evaluations from day one of being placed on TDRL. I was discharged 6-1-1999. I’m 100% T&P VA. Help?
    Hello mr.perry i have case similar to one you posted I was on tdrl I got an appointment they said I was fit for duty. but when I want to meps the rejected me for the same medical issues I was med-boarded for. And now i don't what to do. Can you give me any info on where or whom I should talk to.
    Hello Mr. Perry I have a unique situation for you or anyone that can give me some advice, did 15 active, currently in the ARNG of 3yrs & receive a combined 100% SC rating. Was recently given a P-3 for MH issues, had my records reviewed by the NG Dr. who reported I will have a PEB, (70% mood disorder). No LOD was given, can I be given A MEB or PEB discharge only with no Benefits?
    I am considering a career change. I am an active duty major, with 14 years TIS and 3 years TIG. I am planning on reverting to warrant officer to finish out my career. It is likely my rank when I apply for retirement will be CW2. For decision purposes, what would my High three be based on, and what should my retirement rank be?
    If i was prescribed a service dog for my PTSD and i am found fit for duty by the board will they take him away/ limit him from me? I am Active duty Navy going up for Post traumatheadache, transit alteration of awareness, MTBI, post concussion syndrome, PTSD, insomnia and Si joint disfunction and sacrolitis
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    Gba19
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    HMRHED
    Unfortunately, the Military does not currently recognize "Service Dogs" for PTSD or other MH related issues. Therefore a board's findings would be irrelevant. One more reason to contact your Congressional representatives and urge that the VA and the DoD recognize the benefits of Service Animals outside of major physical disabilities, as the ADA currently provides for! Lets get this ball rolling!!
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