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TOTAL DISABILITY INDIVIDUAL UNEMPLOYABILITY (TDIU)

Unable to Work due to a Service Related injury?

Was your TDIU claim denied?

If you answered yes to any of these questions,
then you can file an appeal but time is short!

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Injured Veterans is a Resource Dedicated to Representing Injured Veterans. Contact Us to review your claim.

$195,533.28* AWARDED 

Army Veteran awarded Individual Unemployability 

A Vietnam Era Army Veteran, who served his country honorably, was awarded Individual Unemployability and Post Traumatic Disorder (PTSD) back dating to 2008, after a 2015 hearing.

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$94,570.10* AWARDED 

Army Veteran awarded Individual Unemployability 

Having served honorably during the Korean conflict Era, an Army combat veteran was awarded 100% effective 2010 Anxiety Disorder and Individual Unemployability, based on multiple appeals being filed, but never needing to attend a hearing.

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*Amounts stated are before deductions for attorney’s fees and payment of costs.

The Time to Appeal Your Claim is Limited - Act Now!

Let our legal team evaluate your case for free and without obligation to help you get the benefits you rightfully deserve before time runs out.

What's the Rush?

The Veterans Administration (VA) gives you Limited Time (time frames vary by case) to appeal their decision, so it is important to act fast and secure the help of an attorney or veterans representative. The Legal Team at Injured Veterans provides quality legal help for veterans and their families in all federal veteran benefits matters. Our practice involves representing veterans and their dependents in appeals of denial of benefits from the Department of Veterans Affairs.

IMPORTANT: Did you know that veterans, who have a rating of less than Extra-Schedular 100%, could be granted the equivalent, if a service-connected disability prevents them from obtaining gainful employment, through Total Disability Individual Unemployability (TDIU) compensation from the Department of Veterans Affairs (VA)?

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* Please note: We are generally not able to help those who have been dishonorably discharged.

TDIU Rating Thresholds

All veterans not able to secure a job by reason of a service-connected disability may be able to be rated totally disabled … regardless of whether or not they meet the minimum rating thresholds.

The rating thresholds are defined as follows:

Schedular

Stipulates that a veteran must have a single disability rating of 60 percent OR a combined rating of 70 percent or higher for two or more disabilities, with one of them rated at least 40 percent.

Extra-Schedular

States that if a veteran’s disability does not meet the Schedular criteria, the veteran may still be considered under the Extra-Schedular rating, if they have an unusual or unique disability. In order to qualify, a veteran must demonstrate that their symptoms are rare, unusual, and exceed what’s expected for that rating code.

Total Disability Individual Unemployability

The Veterans Administration (VA) gives you Limited Time (time frames vary by case) to appeal their decision, so it is important to act fast and secure the help of an attorney or veterans representative. The Legal Team at Injured Veterans provides quality legal help for veterans and their families in all federal veteran benefits matters.

FAQ'S REGARDING TDIU DECISIONS:

Q: What constitutes “a substantially gainful occupation”?
A: Employment that provides a veteran with an annual income that exceeds the poverty threshold for an individual.

Q: Who is authorized to make awards of Total Disability Individual Unemployability?
A: The VA Regional office and Board of Veterans’ Appeals can refer claims to the Director of the Compensation and Pension Service of the Under Secretary for Benefits for consideration of an Extra-Schedular rating.

Veterans are encouraged to submit VA Form 21-8940, Veteran’s Appeal for Increased Compensation Based on Unemployability to file for TDIU. Dealing with the VA can be very time consuming and complicated.

If your TDIU claim was denied outright or if you need representation to appeal your TDIU claim, then Injured Veterans is here to help you. We represent veterans nationwide and our law firm, Gordon & Doner, has a comprehensive legal team standing by to take your call.

Contact Injured Veterans toll-free at 1-888-500-0000

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