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PEB and Disability Evaluation System Overview Includes general overview and discussion of the PEBs and the DES/IDES System.

Physical Evaluation Board System Overview

An overview of the Physical Disability Evaluation System, including the MEB and PEB. Also, important decisions at each stage of the PDES, benefits, continuation on active duty/active reserve ( COAD / COAR ), the eight year rule, and more.
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Jason Perry's Input

A forum for direct input and commentary by Jason Perry
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NEW BAT CAVE DISCUSSION

Forum for the Admins and Mods to discuss forum issues.
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Statutory Legal Authority This Category and its Sub-forums are for listings and discussions about primary legal authority for issues with Military Disability and Veterans Benefits and Compensation

National Defense Authorization Acts

This forum is for discussion of National Defense Authorization Acts for various years.
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Physical Evaluation Boards A section for discussion about Physical Evaluation Board issues.

Informal Physical Evaluation Board

A forum for discussing the Informal Physical Evaluation Board. Includes evidence, appeals and tips.
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Formal Physical Evaluation Board

Discussion area for the Formal Physical Evaluation Board.
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Case Timelines Forum A Forum for members to post their case timelines.

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Resources and Files A Category for Forums discussing Resources and Files

Department of Defense Regulations

A forum for discussing DoD Regulations listed in the Resources forum.
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Army Regulations

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A Category for discussing Resources for Air Force Regulations.
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Department of the Navy Regulations

A forum for discussing Resources for Department of the Navy Regulations.
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Coast Guard Regulations

A forum for discussing Resources about Coast Guard Regulations.
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Department of Veterans Affairs Resource Forums

A forum for discussing Department of Veterans Affairs matters available from the Resources section.
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General Military Resources

A forum for discussion of general military or political issues.
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Law Review Articles

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Medical Evaluation Board Issues early in the PDES proccess, especially the Medical Evaluation Board. Includes important decisions regarding elections, appeals and influencing the referral to the Physical Evaluation Board.

Post Service Appeal Options Options and process after the Physical Evaluation Board. Includes administrative appeals, Physical Disability Board of Review, BCMR, Discharge Review Boards, and suits in Federal Court

Post PEB: PDBR, BCMR and Federal Court

Information and discussion on options for appeal after the PEB and final disposition.
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Warrior Transition Units A category for discussing Warrior Transition units (with forums for discussing service specific units).

Warrior Transition Units/MTF's

A forum for discussing all issues regarding Warrior Transition Units (WTU), Military Treatment Facilities (MTF), and Health Care Benefits.
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Transition Forum: Veterans Affairs and SSDI A Forum for issues in transitioning from the military back to civilian life. Including VA benefits, Social Security Disability, and other issues.

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A forum for discussing issues with Social Security Disability Insurance (SSDI)
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Transition Issues

A forum for transition issues, including jobs, resumes, moving, and anything to do with transitioning from the military.
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Administrative Separations A Category containing forums on military Administrative Separations.

Administrative Separations

A category for forums on non-disability administrative separations.
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Drawdown Separation Boards (All Services)

A forum for news and discussion of separations boards for the drawdown of personnel.
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Line of Duty Determinations A Forum to discuss Line of Duty (LOD) determinations.

Army LOD Forum

A place to discuss LOD determinations under Army Regulations.
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PEB Community Forum Forums for discussing Physical Evaluation Board Forum site issues.

Articles A category covering points of interest and issues with the DES/IDES system. Authors of these posts are limited to the Administrator, Supermoderators, or others with special permissions.

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RALEON18 wrote on RonG's profile.
Hello Ron...
Can you help?
I finally got my VA disability corrected and now i need to correct my DoD Rating. I was told by my FPEB assigned counsel that I would have a very good case once my VA disability came thru. Can you help or do you know of any lawyers that I can retain? Thanks
EricTribble wrote on Jason Perry's profile.
My name is Eric, I work with a company called Veteran Ratings. I did not want to break any forum rules, so I decided to message you directly because it shows your active and a moderator of this forum. I am not going to assume you are views as far as companies outside of the VA that help veterans get their service-related disability rating increased, I know there are a lot out there that have a habit of screwing over veterans.

Unlike those other companies, we do things differently and in ways that will never hurt the vets rating or cause any long-term financial loss. What Veteran Ratings does, is we pre-qualify veterans based off their current service-connected disabilities to see if there is a chance of an increase, and if that margin is good, we set them up for a free no-obligation consultation with a rating consultant. That consultant will be the main point of contact for that specific vet through the entire process if the vet decides to use our services.

How our process works once the vet gets the appt and talks to the consultant, the consultant will go over the vets symptoms of their disabilities, the symptoms of their worst day (as the VA Should), and if their symptoms show the vet can get an increase, the consultant will then go over the exact fees associated with the service. Now I understand any vet can do a claim/appeal for free, but why we charge is we compile a fully developed claim. The fully developed claim through us, includes a VA Approved doctor to visit with the vet and sign off on the DBQ's, and a full support staff that fills out the DBQ's exactly how the VA needs them filled. With that we have a 97% success rate in getting the vets the rating they deserve.

I am not trying to beat around the fee portion either, just wanted to explain a few things first. As far as the fees, the only out of pockets expense before the VA approval is a $350 deposit for the doctors’ fees. If the vet goes to the doctor’s appointment and the doctor finds that the disability rating cannot be increased, then the $350 deposit will be refunded. If the doctor approves then that is when our support staff works on the DBQs and get everything ready to file, once filed, then we wait on the decision from the VA. If the VA denies the claim for ANY reason, the deposit is refunded to the vet and no other fees are required. If the VA approves the claim, then there is a one-time fee which is discussed during the initial free consultation. The end fee can range depending on the amount of disabilities we go for the increase of, but typically ranges around the $4500 mark, but can be as low as $2500 and as high as $7500, which is typically covered by the backpay of the increase, also the $350 deposit is subtracted from the final fee as well.

To sum it all up, if the vet does not get an increase after our process of putting together a fully developed claim including a VA Approved doctor signing off on it, if the claim gets denied the deposit is refunded and there is no long term financial loss for the veteran. If they don't get paid, we don't.

I'm sending this all to you to see about posting in the thread, maybe even messaging members that are searching for a option to get their rating increased. We also have a department for first-time-filers as well. I will not message or post unless I am given permission. Thank you for your time. - Eric Tribble.
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I help veterans with service connected disabilities get set up with rating consultants and our private doctor network, to create a fully developed claim for the veteran. We have a 97% success rate with getting our nation's heroes the rating they should have received in the first place. If you would like more information email me at [email protected] or call/text me at 619-349-5374.
davidluberti wrote on lunareclipse3000's profile.
Hey question for you. I received a MOL notification on Jan 28th that my case was referred to a PEB

My question is, I didn't have my QTC appts until the first week of February. Is this normal for the Marine Corps to run that PEB entry through MOL? Im anxiously awaiting my proposed rating...

Thanks!
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