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.
Medical Evaluation BoardIssues 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 OptionsOptions and process after the Physical Evaluation Board. Includes administrative appeals, Physical Disability Board of Review, BCMR, Discharge Review Boards, and suits in Federal Court
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]
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?
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?