Jason Perry
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Please vote. Nov 7, 2016

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    1. kjohnson080479
      My active duty records were lost by New Mexico when i transferred to TX. Help?
    2. kjohnson080479
      I received a permanent profile (P2) for sinusitis and awaiting one for my back (involved in a vehicle accident in basic training and 1 in Afghanistan, went to TMC but did not get LOD). My BN Medical Readiness NCO states she will send up paperwork to a PA for P3. I am being told without a LOD for any of my conditions this will turn into a PEB and I will be medically discharged.
    3. kjohnson080479
      Submitted VA claim for Chronic Sinusitis with rhinitis, migraine headaches, sleep apnea rotoscolios. I was approved for service-connected disability for Chronic Sinusitis 30%, migraines 30% and Sleep Apnea 50%. I am currently 80% through VA and pending appeal on my Back. I have two years until I hit my 20 years (had a few bad years).
    4. kjohnson080479
      I was active duty 98-02. In 02 I left active duty for New Mexico National Guard. I joined the Army Reserves from 03-06. I deployed to Afghanistan 05-06. I returned home Joined the NC National Guard 06-08. I deployed a second time with Illinois National Guard. Returned home to New Mexico National Guard and transferred to Texas in 2011.
    5. Sbliss79
      Hi Jason. I am lost confused and concerned that my case was not accurately reviewed. I was separated with 4 service connected alimentary and one of them being 30% PTSD and when I received my denial from the PDBR there was no mention of 30% PTSD. Also I am currently 100% permanent and total with PTSD. I have so many questions and I am so concerned with my situation
    6. MSgt Martin
      MSgt Martin
      Hi Jason. I left a voice mail today on your business line about my SAFPC appeal.
    7. carlosbatistavelez
      hi jason i put some information i hope this will help
    8. Huston208
      Hi Jason, Thank you for all the information that you have posted and continue to post. I have a few questions for you if you have the time. I have a friend of mine that is being referred to his/her MTF for evaluation following a recent diagnosis. I would like your input on that process, what the likely outcome could be and when to obtain legal council. Thank you in advance for your time and guidance.
    9. HermesTrismegistus
    10. Spiderman
      Hello Mr. Perry,

      Do you happen to know if eczema is an automatic disqualification for commission into the USPHS? I cannot find their medical accession standards anywhere online.
    11. uwishuwasg
      Hi Jason do you know anyone besides my Peblo who can check the status of my peb findings? Located in the Northeast. Med board through west point. Pm please if there is please. Going on 4-5 weeks in Peb findings stage.
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    12. RunWalkRun
      Mr. Perry,
      I too am looking to retain your services for my pending MEB/PEB. If you happen to be inundated with other cases, I could use a recommendation for another attorney that practices in this field. Thank you for creating this forum, as it has been invaluable and comforting for myself and so many traveling through what seem to be uncharted waters.
      Kind regards,
      1. Jason Perry
        Jason Perry
        Please feel free to contact me at jason.perry@jeperrylaw.com .
        Apr 3, 2017
    13. Sheldontl
      Good afternoon Mr. Perry,

      I was advised to drop you a line to seek guidance on possibly retaining a civilian attorney to get my case back on track. I am absolutely at the end of my rope and I do not know what to do for the next part of my case, please any assistance you could provide would be very welcomed.

    14. Bobsmyname
      Jason, I am new to this forum after just finding out that I am being sent to an MEB/PEB for PTSD I am in need of some help. Can you recommend an attorney in Idaho? I have 17 years of active duty Time and I don't want to risk loosing it all
      1. Jason Perry
        Jason Perry
        There are only a handful of attornies nationwide who deal regularly with MEB/PEB cases. I would not limit your search to "local" counsel.
        I don't usually recommend folks as it is essentially helping my competitors, but, there is only one attorney other than myself who I know focuses only on MEB/PEB cases. If you would like more info, send me a private message.
        Mar 27, 2017
    15. 7869jake

      Im considering asking for IU during my PEB most likely through a VARR. I know you were collecting information on this process in the past, but I have not seen you post any info on it recently. Have there been more cases of this that you are aware of? What process should I use/follow to make this request successful?

      Thanks in advance!
    16. RedBarCommO
      Jason... need some input. I'll give you the highlights:
      -17 year CWO (USMC)
      -BOI in Feb 2016 (General/Honorable)
      -MEB Oct 16
      -IFEB findings Feb 17 20 % DoD/100 %VA, w/ sever.
      Reading the DoDI has me concerned my time will be thrown away without severance... is there a Ad Hoc board at SecNav to pick admin vs medical? If so, wth do they consider?
    17. trun10tion
      Abcmr filed; meb completed admin discharge serious offense. My question to you is does the military have legal responsibility to treat my mental disorder before kicking me out. If so is there a regulation on this?
    18. skytracker
      Hi members, does anyone have an example of an MEB, preferably for cardiac events and or sleep apnea? I was referred out to a civilian doctor for all of my procedures and the civilian doctor has agreed to write the NARSUM and give it to my active duty PCM.
      1. trun10tion
        I was discharge under sleep apnea. Make sure if your sleep report is in your favor to get cpap machine before you get out of military and consistantly use you cpap machine they will monitor your usage by chip in machine.
        Feb 18, 2017
    19. JoeNavy
      Need some advice... I'm currently in CBT through Navy BH for MDD and anxiety. I've done 8 sessions and I really don't like, trust or believe my phsycologist. I have known trust issues. Can I ask for a different therapist? Can I refuse to go? I am authorized tricare remote so could I use a civilian therapist for CBT? 17.5 years in the Navy she has suggested a MEB may be warranted.
      1. AttitudeEra
        You can request a different therapist. I did it with no problems. It actually wasn't a big deal at all. Don't skip out on going to CBT appointments though, because it will be reflected in your medical records and the VA will see that and give you horrible ratings.
        Feb 3, 2017
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    20. Engineer23
      Could you please read my post. Wondering when i will need to hire a lawyer as I plan on Jason Perry.
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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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