Episode 63: Common Mistakes – VA TDIU Claims
TDIU stands for total disability based on individual unemployability. TDIU is a disability benefit that allows veterans to be compensated at VA’s 100 percent disability rate, even if their combined schedular rating does not equal 100 percent. TDIU is awarded to veterans who are unable to secure and follow substantially gainful employment as a result of their service-connected condition(s). On this episode, the CCK team takes a close look at TDIU claims. We will review some of the most common mistakes veterans make when filing these claims and explain how they can be avoided. Join us to learn more!
- VA Disability Rating for Spinal Fusion
- VA Disability Benefits for Hysterectomy
- VA Disability Ratings for Degenerative Disc Disease (DDD)
- VA Disability Benefits for Stroke
- Obesity and VA Disability Compensation
- What’s Required for Continued TDIU Eligibility?
- I Am a Disabled Veteran; Am I Eligible for Disability Benefits?
- How Exactly Does RAMP Work for Veterans’ Disability Appeals?
- What Are the Current VA Disability Compensation Rates for 2018?
- Am I Still Eligible for TDIU If I’m Currently Working?
- Obesity and VA Disability Compensation – Video
- Common Mistakes: TDIU Claims
- Is My VA Disability Rating Permanent
- VA Disability Benefits for Depression
- Multiple Sclerosis (MS) and Amyotrophic Lateral Sclerosis (ALS) Claims at VA
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