Hatmaker v United States II

Hatmaker v United States II 2016-08-19

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Jason Perry submitted a new resource:

Hatmaker v United States II - A CoFC case that is important for several reasons.

This is a very important case for several reasons:

1) The opinion criticizes and makes note of the need to consider all evidence in a case:

The Remand PDBR does not appear to have evaluated the relevant evidence of the 2010 Malagon letter, the February 2008 VA psychiatric examination, and the June 2007 MEB psychiatric examination. Instead, the Remand PDBR made, and relied on, its own finding that the transition to civilian life “may temporarily exacerbate a mental health condition,”...
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Jason, I appreciate this site and over the last 2 years or so has helped me be patient in my PDBR process. I would like to know if I can file an appeal to my PDBR decision as I believe it lacks merit in determining a TDRL of 50% then revert to 10% permanent when the VA awarded me 50% and it went up from there. Here is my thread... http://www.pebforum.com/site/threads/contact-in-the-army.35435/

Do I have the ability to even file an appeal on this in federal court?
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