Total Disability Based Upon Individual Unemployability (TDIU) – We handle cases for veterans across the nation!
Working with a Lawyer for Your TDIU Benefits
A veteran who is unable to work due to service-connected disabilities may be eligible for Total Disability Based Upon Individual Unemployability (TDIU). Simply put, TDIU allows a veteran to be paid at the 100-percent disability rate even while their individual disabilities may not be rated at 100 percent if they are not capable of working.
I’m Rob Levine, the Heavy Hitter ®, and TDIU is another area in which I, as a veterans disability lawyer, can help get my clients results.
Getting Full Benefits Through TDIU
Eligibility for TDIU depends upon a service member establishing proof that he or she cannot secure and maintain substantially gainful employment due to a service-connected disability or disabilities. A veteran must also have one service-connected disability rated at 60% or more, OR have a combined rating of at least 70% with at least one disability rated at 40% or more.
Acting On Veterans’ Behalf In TDIU Cases
VA disability benefits, especially TDIU, can take months or even years to resolve on your own. I’m here to help you get your claim settled quickly and to get the 100-percent disability benefits you need to go on with a productive life.
If you need to appeal your TDIU denial or already have one in the system, call me, Rob Levine.