MEB Military Evaluation Boards
United States Public Health Service members are vulnerable for losing career benefits when approaching the MEB process. Legal guidance to assure the appropriate reviews are protecting the members rights are essential. Knowing how to fully represent the member’s interests and protecting both their present career status as well as future promotions, benefits and medical funding is what The Law Offices of David P. Sheldon does for USPHS members.
The MEB process is difficult at best and does not guarantee the member is protected or their interests as a service member are justly served. Helping members navigate the process, assure their rights are being protected with correct information is essential to protecting member’s rights. The Law Offices of David P. Sheldon handles MEBs for USPHS members, providing the highest level of care for their case and assuring they are given the best legal support to protect their case and their long-term career and member benefits. MEBs are a directional shift in the members service and career and needs to be handled with legal advice that represents the USPHS member and their long-term career and benefit interests.
Readiness and Fitness
Readiness is defined as the ability of military forces to meet the demands of assigned missions. In the United States Public Health Services readiness may include attending advanced training to assure members are qualified with the appropriate resources to deploy. Additionally, members may be required to meet standards of fitness, skill levels and assure future skill needs are met to deploy.
When members are reprimanded for not meeting standards of readiness or fitness it creates undue hardship on the United States Public Health Service member’s career. They are at risk of losing career credits, upgrades and promotions and service member benefits. Such allegations are severe and can jeopardize a member’s hard-earned career benefits. Such allegations should never be handled without public health service legal representation. Protecting career credits and benefits is essential for assuring members ability to retain and protect their rights.
The Law Firm of David P. Sheldon successfully helps USPHS Members navigate the difficult challenges of righting injustices in the area of readiness and fitness. Given how difficult it is to defend the client’s right to serve and retain earned career benefits, retaining a qualified attorney that successfully helps clients overcome readiness and fitness challenges is essential.