To give you a quick baseline answer.
Unless you have 20 years of AFS, you will be ineligible to draw both (CRDP). You will get an offset. If your VA pay is higher than your DOD %, you will draw the VA pay.
The variables I have not measured in this case is rank, TIS, AFS, and High 3.
Re: “My Attorney-Adviser from the medical evaluation board counsel told me i will receive an offset right away after separation, but my PEBLO said not until age 60. I guess I don't know who to believe.”
The attorney is talking about the reduction in retired pay...not something you actually gain benefits from...
The PEBLO, if quoted accurately, is confused. I doubt it was stated as shown in this thread (i.e., more to it).
No I will be out of the reserves with 17 years of service. My Attorney-Adviser figured my Medical retirement would be around 3600.00 my VA disability is 2033.00 So my residual pay would be around 1567.00. He said i would get that immediately after separation. My PEBLO said not until age 60. So really I have no idea which one it is.