PTSD and TDIU can work together to help a veteran live out a normal life. If a veteran’s PTSD is ruled both as service-connected and so severe that it affects his or her ability to work, that veteran should apply for TDIU benefits as soon as possible.
The big deal about a TDIU ruling is that you jump from a 70% VA Rating to get the monthly payment equal to a 100% Rating. This is our ultimate resource guide of all things TDIU.
Section I: TDIU Form 21-8940 Veteran Identification This section of the TDIU form 21-8940 won’t blow your mind. The VA needs your contact information. Make sure the information you are providing matches the other information in their system. If you are providing different addresses to the VA, your decisions might not be sent to the right […]
Introduction to TDIU and SSDI Benefits First, let’s cover the basics of both disability benefits. If you have an understanding of both benefits, you might just want to jump ahead to another section. Our goal is to be able to teach every veteran about TDIU and SSDI benefits. Total Disability Individual Unemployability (TDIU) benefits are […]
VA Disability Rating Table For PTSD & Mental Conditions Veterans with severe mental conditions may obtain a 100 percent VA disability rating for PTSD. Your PTSD rating is going to be given a rating under the General Rating Formula for Mental Disorders. That means the VA is going to consider all your mental impairments together. To […]
TDIU VA compensation benefits are available to veterans who cannot work from service-connected disabilities. The VA will consider mental conditions, physical conditions, and secondary conditions. Our veterans benefits lawyers fight for veteran’s TDIU VA compensation benefits. Woods & Woods never charges a penny unless we win your claim. For your free legal consultation about TDIU VA […]