Serving our country in the armed forces left you with lasting health problems. If your condition is severe enough that you can’t work, it also left you in financial crisis.
You deserve support from the country you served.
You may be eligible for Total Disability Individual Unemployability (TDIU) status from the US Department of Veterans Affairs (VA).
It means that even if the VA rates your disability lower, your inability to work could get you the same veterans’ disability benefits as someone with a 100 percent disability rating.
The resulting health-care coverage and disability checks could make a major difference for you—allowing you to live with dignity, independence, and pride in your service.
You could qualify for more than $3,000 a month in disability payments.
The attorneys at Horenstein, Nicholson & Blumenthal can help you gather the evidence you need to get the full compensation you deserve.
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The VA awards disability benefits to people whose health problems are “service connected,” or resulting from your time in the armed forces. This could apply to you or to your spouse who served in the military.
The government lists these major qualifications for TDIU:
You’ve probably heard about VA math. Disability ratings don’t add up like normal numbers. They move on their own scale. Understanding what you need can be complicated.
For a successful TDIU claim, you’ll need to provide military records confirming that your health conditions are service-related. You’ll need medical records showing they’re severe. You’ll need to combine those with education and work history to demonstrate why you can’t work.
You’re already dealing with illnesses or injuries serious enough to keep you from working. Let our law firm take on the work of building your claim for disability benefits.
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