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Veterans Unable to Obtain Employment Due to Injuries From Time in Service May Be Granted TDIU. Act NOW!

The medical evidence we develop may help veterans connect their symptoms and diagnoses to their military service.

Important TDIU Information for Veterans

What is TDIU?
Depending on your conditions’ combined rating and your ability to sustain employment, you may be eligible for Total Disability Based on Individual Unemployability (TDIU).

TDIU allows Veterans to be compensated at the 100-percent rate in cases where their service-connected disabilities impact their ability to work. However, there a several factors that need to occur to qualify for TDIU. 

How does a veteran qualify for TDIU?
You must have at least one service-connected disability rated at 60% or more, or two or more disabilities with one disability rated at 40% or more, with a combined rating of 70% or more.

Who is eligible? 
Veterans who can prove their mental and physical impairments are service-connected are generally eligible. However, you cannot have a dishonorable discharge.

What if I was denied TDIU?
If you were denied TDIU benefits, you may be able to appeal. You have one year from the date of the denial to submit an appeal. It is common to be denied TDIU benefits. With the help of our medical evaluation team, we may be able to help you improve your medical evidence. Our goal is to develop a strong packet of medical evidence for you.

Can I get TDIU if I was denied years ago?
You may re-apply. There is no limit to how many times you can apply for TDIU benefits.

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