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I am currently on my 3rd year in the Marines, Was diagnosed with severe ulcerative colitis and anemia 3 months ago, I have been prescribed multiple meds none worked and now I am on remicade and immuran just began taking them. My doctor recently initiated my med board, anyone know what to expect from here ? And what my chances of being discharged are.
robs42 Any chance you have a go by for a navy hospital corpsman? Bilateral shoulder tears doing a command team building skills before your picnic last summer, left knee meniscal tear with osteoarthritis, and bilateral foot and ankle arthritis with binions. [email protected]

Thanks Norm
Dear Mr. Perry,

I sent you an email on June 27, 2019, in reference to securing you legal service for TSGLI appeal; I don't know if you received the email or not. I would like to secure your service for the aforementioned appeal, what is the process?
Sir, could you please look at my situation.

and my other posts. I think I need a lawyer....
Jason Perry
Jason Perry
I did a very brief look at your posts. I don't know enough about your case details to offer much. I would need to review all of your relevant case files. This is what an attorney would need to do. You may benefit from legal representation by a qualified attorney. If you are interested in my services, contact me at [email protected].
I hope that you get your due benefits no matter what.
Hello Sir,
I was med boarded and rated 80% permanent for mental health. My peb said if rated permanent I would not be re-evaluated. But I was contacted recently by VA for reevaluation.
Sir, I'm not very familiar with all the process. If I was rated permanent , does that mean I was on PDRL and not subject to re-evaluation?
Good NARSUM. however my commander wrote that I was an awesome airman and my conditions do not effect my job. Should I submit a rebuttal to that and highlight my duty limitations. My supervisor also said she would put in some input. I do not want to say too much because it could effect me negatively, but I also do not want the risk of getting a fit for duty finding.
Jason Perry
Jason Perry
Your questions are outside of the scope of the information we provide here. I could not advise you about your situation without knowing the contents of your case file and I would not be able to advise you here even if I knew that information. The questions you are asking are more along what an attorney would provide.

I hope you get a great result. Best of luck!
Jason- I'm looking for the law that prescribes the time limits for the government to resolve cases. I seem to recall language similar to '90% of all cases in 10 months and 100% of all cases in 18 months'. What is the law?
I am a Navy Reservist,16 years service. A medical waiver for a CPAP, anxiety medication, and lower back issues was approved.I am currently receiving 50% VA disability rating for PTSD and Back issues.When I got to ECRC they resubmited it to the AFRICOM Surgeon General. It came back 2 days ago disapproved. They issued demobilization orders. They are going to conduct a Medical Retention Review. What do I do now?
Hello everybody. I have been rated 20% DOD for my Lower back. So after that my physician at pain management has me done ROM and my forward flexion was less than 20°. I'm trying to appeal mg back so the Army ease it to at least 30%. Any advise? By the way the FPED is in 2 weeks.
This is all good information,

I am looking for advise for my situation. I am AGR, I have 17 AFS, and 22 total years of service. I am thinking about COAD. I understand my chances are slim, but is this the preferred way to collect retirement prior to age 60. I am sure that i will be found unfit, i dont want to contradict my medical status by applying for COAD. Please helop
Good afternoon,

I am looking for help on how to apply for CRSC. I injured my back and other areas in combat.
RonG
RonG
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rajeev2liz
rajeev2liz
I did mine last year it was about a year turn around time, but you get retro pay once approved.
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Ocean
Hi Larry, NVLSP can help, place NVLSP in search line above, & you will find information on how to contact them.
I have some claims that came back as no diagnosis due to no pathology therefor making them not service connected. Is there anything I can do about this to get that changed? What would be a good direction for me to move in to get some ratings and service connection for these injuries?
Keatsj1964
Keatsj1964
Get help from a VSO or if you find them not up to par, AmVets, DAV, etc. ALWAYS appeal, ALWAYS document, NEVER quit, HUNKER DOWN, it's a looong road.
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Frac89
Keatsj1964, Also another question, Where can I get a copy of my NARSUM?
I'm so glad I found this forum. I work with post 9/11 combat Marines and Sailors but happy to assist any veteran with resources and support. I am a Navy Seabee Veteran and my husband is a retired Seabee. We have a daughter who is active duty Navy.
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trini123
Cduvalrn, thanks for joining. I'm looking for cases when multiple respitory conditions are rated separately. You have any???
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Sir,

I was wondering if I can send you my NARSUM to see what I am looking at as far as ratings. Thank you so much for your help.
Jason Perry
Jason Perry
Generally, I cannot review submissions sent to me directly without charging a fee as any answer would tend to implicate an attorney-client relationship. If you want to secure my legal services, contact me at [email protected].
If you want to post your NARSUM (with PII redacted) on the forums, I may well offer some comments.

I hope you get your desired outcome from the DES process!
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julmarine
I posted my NARSUM on the forum and thanks.
Sir
I am a four-year AD and I have been. Suffering from depression, migraine and neck pain for more than a year. I think I deserve MEB, but now BN is trying to chapter me out via 5-17. What should I do?
Jason Perry
Jason Perry
Seek legal counsel. You have not provided enough information for me to have a basis to even give much input. If you have concerns, seek legal counsel.
Best of luck to you!

Jason
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