Has anyone lost their ATC job for the FAA pulling their medical cert at the regional level and then appeal the FAA's decision at the FAA HQ level only to have the FAA at HQ to reverse their decision and reinstate their medical cert? Because this is the situation I'm facing...I was a prior FAA employee who was let go due to washing out and not retained by the NEST. I reached a settlement agreement shortly after with the FAA through the MSPB to be reinstated pending the typical medical clearance that everyone is required to pass. During this reinstatement process I worked for a contracting company doing ATC and while I worked with FAA HR, they said they would not honor my settlement agreement and reinstatement because they diagnosed me with a personality disorder from events as a juvenile and in the military that the FAA said was fine when I was first hired. The fact that the FAA said these incidents where fine when they first hired me in 2014 and then say those incidents are not fine anymore and linked to a personality disorder is shady for lack of better words. The FAA's diagnosis of me having a personality disorder not only caused me to stall my reinstatement with the FAA but also caused me to lose my contracting ATC job. If FAA HQ overturns their medical decision and reinstates my medical cert, doesn't everyone agree that I should be compensated for essentially what would be a "misdiagnosis" at the regional level and I should receive back pay from them causing me to lose my job? I'm just looking for at least one person who was negatively impacted financially because of a misdiagnosis at the regional level and had the FAA overturn their decision at the HQ level. It seems I've been put in a situation not many have been through, as far as losing a contract ATC position due to FAA misdiagnosis and being involved in a settlement agreement from a previous stint working for the FAA.