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Fundamental Rules Used By The VA In Rating Disabilities

Posted by Gregory M. Rada | July 29, 2021 | Disability Compensation

The Veterans Affairs (VA) assigns veterans a disability rating by comparing the severity of a service-connected disability to the Schedule for Rating Disabilities. That rating is then “combined” with a veteran’s other ratings to determine their total combined rating. The total combined rating is then used to determine the amount of compensation paid monthly to… read more

What Is a C&P Exam? Understanding Compensation and Pension Examinations

Posted by Gregory M. Rada | July 28, 2021 | Disability Compensation

Once you’ve applied for VA disability or pension benefits, expect to receive a letter or phone call from the Veterans Affairs (VA) scheduling you for a Compensation & Pension (C&P) examination. A C&P exam is an appointment with a medical professional who will evaluate your disabilities. If your claim involves multiple disabilities, the VA may… read more

TDIU Success Rate: Understanding The Two-Step Analysis To Qualify For A TDIU Rating

Posted by Gregory M. Rada | July 27, 2021 | Disability Compensation

Veterans who are incapable of securing and maintaining substantially gainful employment may qualify for a total disability rating based on individual unemployability (a “TDIU” or “IU”). If awarded a TDIU, a veteran will be paid at the 100% disability rate even though their combined disability rating is less than 100%. Substantially gainful employment is generally… read more

Applying For VA Disability Benefits Years After Service: Basic Eligibility For VA Benefits

Posted by Gregory M. Rada | July 26, 2021 | Disability Compensation

A veteran can apply for VA disability compensation benefits any time after service. Put another way, there is no time limit on when you can apply for benefits. Generally, you must satisfy three elements to service connect a disability: Evidence of current disability, i.e., a current diagnosis of a chronic medical condition; An in-service event,… read more