Veterans with a 100% combined VA rating can continue working while veterans with a 100% rating for a single condition or a TDIU rating are unable to work. Keep reading to learn more about this often misunderstood topic.
Find out if you can collect Social Security retirement payments and VA disability compensation and other VA benefits at the same time.
Veterans who lost an arm, hand, or finger during military service are eligible for VA disability benefits and other compensation. This article explains the ratings and the available benefits.
Many veterans that can’t work because of their service-connected disabilities get TDIU benefits. These equal a 100% rating without needing the 100% rating.
Can you get unemployability, also known as TDIU or IU, for PTSD? Yes, many veterans do.
There are a few conditions in which the VA can take away a veteran’s uneployability rating.