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Special Factors That Are Relevant To TDIU Determinations

Posted by Gregory M. Rada | Firm News

If you have a service-connected disability or disabilities that have left you unable to work, you will want to apply for a total disability rating based on individual unemployability, referred to as TDIU or IU. When you receive a TDIU, VA compensates you at the 100 percent payment rate even though your combined rating is less than 100 percent.

Here are a few tips for filing a well-grounded TDIU claim:


If VA denies your claim for TDIU, you should retain a VA disability attorney so they can review all your evidence and engage a vocational expert, if necessary. Attorney Gregory M. Rada helps disabled veterans across the country throughout the claims process. Call today to schedule a free initial consultation regarding your VA disability claim.