As soon as your VA disability claim is denied, your first step is to decide if you want to appeal.
Direct deposits for VA disability payments are made on the first of every month unless it falls on a weekend or a federal holiday.
Veterans can receive income from rental properties and still be eligible to receive TDIU, but certain restrictions apply.
To appeal a VA decision, there are three options: file for a higher-level review, file a supplemental appeal, or appeal directly to the BVA.
The VA can deny a veteran’s claim for benefits for multiple reasons. However, veterans can appeal a denial. Learn more here.
In short, no. Clemency does not change your discharge characterization. However, you may be able to upgrade your DD214 to get VA benefits.
Since appeals draw out the VA disability process, your backpay will be even bigger if you aren’t approved the first time and have to appeal the VA denial.
Some veterans suffer from incapacitating episodes. The more frequent the episodes are, the higher the VA rating you qualify for.
Veterans can receive Social Security Disability Insurance (SSDI) with a 100% VA rating. The Social Security Administration works independently from the VA. This means your rating from the VA will not negatively impact your SSDI claim. In fact, your rating can be used to help your case as evidence of your disability. Since the programs […]
Many veterans think that receiving TDIU from the VA might prevent them from getting SSDI. This is not the case.