“What should I do if I was denied TDIU benefits?” is one of the most common questions veterans ask our TDIU benefits law firm. Read below and learn what you should do if denied TDIU benefits.
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What should I do if I was denied TDIU benefits? Appeal.
If you were denied Total Disability Individual Unemployability (TDIU) benefits you should immediately begin the appeal process. Even though you have one year to appeal the VA’s bad decision, you shouldn’t wait. The longer you take to appeal, the longer your claim may take. We highly suggest you talk to an experienced TDIU benefits appeal lawyer at Woods & Woods before you file anything with the Veterans Administration. Know your rights.
You may receive TDIU back pay if your appeal is successful.
Many veterans who appeal their TDIU benefits denial end up receiving years of missing back pay. This is the money that you should been receiving all along. Lots of veterans that successfully appeal find they are owed thousands of dollars.
What should I do if I was denied TDIU benefits? Call a lawyer.
Every single one of Woods & Woods veterans benefits clients have something in common: they were denied veterans disability benefits or they were rated too low by the Veterans Administration. The veterans disability benefits lawyers at Woods & Woods will fight for your claim. We often hire experts and doctors outside the VA system to prove you are disabled. Our years of experience give us the knowledge you need to win your TDIU benefits denial.
What should I do If I was denied TDIU benefits years ago?
If you can no longer appeal a claim because of time restrictions, you may be able to file a new claim. There is no limit to how many new claims you can file. Just make sure you talk to a TDIU benefits attorney before you file your new claim.
Our TDIU denial lawyers have helped thousands of veterans.
Being denied TDIU benefits is tough. You served our country and now they are refusing to give you the money you need at the time you most need it. Many veterans are shocked when they receive their TDIU benefits denial. Just know this is not the end of the road for your claim. Woods & Woods has helped thousands of disabled veterans appeal bad decisions by the Veterans Administration.
The nurse at the VA told me I’m not eligible for TDIU benefits, should I still pursue it?
Most VA healthcare professionals are not going to know TDIU benefits law. They do not sit on the Board of Veterans Appeals (BVA) and they are not the person responsible for making a decision on your TDIU claim. You can only be denied by the actual people processing your VA claim. Random VA employees may give you incorrect advice on your eligibility. Call a veterans benefits lawyer and get the right answers.
What mental and physical conditions are eligible for TDIU benefits?
Any mental and physical impairments that are service-connected may make you eligible for TDIU benefits. The VA is going to consider all of your conditions for TDIU eligibility. When you apply we recommend you put down all mental and physical conditions you have. Many veterans do not even realize some of their conditions are considered service-connected for TDIU benefits.
Need help with your TDIU benefits claim?
Woods & Woods offers free TDIU benefit claim evaluations to anyone who needs help. Ask all the questions you have for no cost. Our veterans disability law firm will help you understand everything you are entitled to. For assistance, please fill out the online contact form or call toll-free (866) 232-5777.