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Special Factors That Are Relevant To TDIU Determinations

Posted by Gregory M. Rada | September 22, 2020 | 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.

Gregory Rada is a Veterans Benefits Attorney who practices Nationwide. He graduated from the University of Connecticut School of Law, and has been practicing law for six years. Gregory Rada believes in fighting for fellow veterans. Learn more about his experience by clicking here.