Woods & Woods has successfully appealed thousands of TDIU claims. Our TDIU benefits lawyers are experienced and dedicated to helping veterans that can’t work from service-connected disabilities.
For a free legal consultation please fill out the online contact form or call toll-free (866) 232-5777. Remember, our TDIU benefits lawyers never charge a penny unless you win your claim.
What are TDIU veterans benefits?
Total Disability Individual Unemployability (TDIU) benefits are for veterans that can no longer obtain gainful employment. That means if you are a veterans are you can’t get a job, you may be entitled to TDIU veterans benefits. Other veterans may be able to get jobs, but are never able to retain them; those veterans may also be eligible for TDIU veterans benefits. The Veterans Administration offers TDIU benefits as a safety net for veterans.
How much do TDIU veterans benefits pay monthly?
Some veterans can receive over $3,400 a month from the Veterans Administration. There are also veterans benefits for dependent children and dependent parents. When some veterans that are granted TDIU veterans benefits, they find they years of missing VA Individual Unemployability back pay. Your effective date determines the date you should have been paid back to. Too often the Veterans Administration does not give the correct effective date and the veterans doesn’t know it. Many veterans find the money owed to them from the Veterans Administration is substantial.
Can I get social security and veterans benefits together?
Veterans can receive disability benefits from the Social Security Administration and Veterans Administration at the same time. Each disability benefit has its own rules and regulations. Just because you are entitled to one, doesn’t mean you are entitled to the other. Our TDIU benefits lawyers can help you obtain both benefits if you are disabled.
What if I was previously denied TDIU veterans benefits?
If you were previously denied TDIU veterans benefits, you may have the option to appeal that decision. Veterans that were denied TDIU veterans benefits have up to one year to appeal the Veterans Administration’s decision. If your appeal period has collapsed, you have the option to re-apply for TDIU veterans disability benefits from the VA. We highly suggest you hire a TDIU benefits appeals lawyer to help. Veterans law is complex and there are thousands of federal regulations that can affect your case. The Veterans Administration makes mistakes and sometimes you need a lawyer to help you fight them.
For a free legal consultation on TDIU veterans benefits please fill out the online contact form or call toll-free (866) 232-5777.
I haven’t applied for TDIU yet, what should I do?
If you haven’t applied for Total Disability Individual Unemployability (TDIU) veterans benefits yet, you should talk to a lawyer. We highly suggest you contact Woods & Woods veterans benefits lawyers to help you with your application. There is never a fee for advice on your initial application.
What disabilities make me eligible for TDIU veterans benefits?
There are lots of mental and physical disabilities that can qualify you for TDIU VA compensation benefits. TDIU veterans benefits require that veterans have mental or physical impairments that are service-connected. If you are curious about service-connecting your mental or physical disability, you can always call and ask Woods & Woods for free. Here are some of the most common eligible impairments:
- Agent Orange Exposure
- Burn Pit Toxic Exposure
- Dental Problems
- Gulf War Syndrome
- Ischemic Heart Disease
- Major Depressive Disorder
- Military Sexual Trauma (MST)
- Posttraumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD)
- Sleep Apnea
- Traumatic Brain Injury (TBI)
TDIU Eligibility Requirements:
- You must be a veteran
- You must have at least one service connected disability rating of 60% or higher
- Two or more service connected disabilities at least one disability ratable at 40 percent or more with a combined rating of 70 percent or more.
- You must be unable to maintain substantially gainful employment as a result of service-connected disabilities (marginal employment, such as odd jobs, is not considered substantial gainful employment for VA purposes).
TDIU Evidence Requirements:
- Evidence of at least one service connected disability AND
- That the service-connected disability or disabilities are sufficient, without regard to other factors, to prevent performing the mental and/or physical tasks required to get or keep substantially gainful employment AND
- That one disability is ratable at 60 percent or more, OR
- If more than one disability exists, one disability is ratable at 40 percent or more with a combined rating of 70 percent or more.
Can I afford a TDIU benefits lawyer?
Yes! Woods & Woods veterans disability benefits lawyers never charges a penny unless you win your TDIU veterans benefits. If we win, our fee is a percentage of back pay and case expenses. We never touch your future benefits. If you lose your TDIU veterans benefits, you owe our TDIU benefits lawyers nothing. Our TDIU benefits lawyers never ask for money upfront and we don’t bill by the hour.
Why call Woods & Woods TDIU benefits lawyers?
Since 1985, Woods and Woods has fought for disabled people. Our TDIU benefits lawyers have served thousands of veterans and their families. Our TDIU benefits lawyers work with doctors, psychologists, vocational experts, and other medical professionals to help you win your Total Disability Individual Unemployability benefits. The Veterans Administration is archaic and complex; let us handle the Veterans Administration.
If you have questions about obtaining TDIU benefits, we can help. Woods & Woods TDIU benefits lawyers offers free VA claim evaluations to anyone. There is no cost to call us and figure out if you are eligible. Ask us all the questions you want about TDIU benefits and we will answer them for free. We want you to understand what legal options are available to you. If you need assistance, we are here to help.
Let our TDIU benefits lawyers help.
If you are unemployed because of service-connected disabilities, our TDIU benefits lawyers can help. Throughout the VA Disability process, our TDIU benefits lawyers fight for you. We work with your doctors to get medical evidence to prove you are disabled and can no longer work. Often times our TDIU benefits lawyers will also work with psychologists and vocational experts.
If you are denied VA benefits, our TDIU benefits appeals lawyers can help file your appeal. Our lawyers have handled thousands of VA Benefits appeals. We know what it takes to overturn a bad decision from the Veterans Administration. If you have been wrongly denied VA Benefits, give our lawyers a call. You only have a limited amount of time to file an appeal.
You only pay our TDIU benefits lawyers if we win.
Our lawyers only charge if we win your VA Disability benefits. If you do not obtain VA Disability benefits, you owe our lawyers nothing. We believe in straight-forward contracts that clients can understand. We make clear what our lawyers charge. You won’t find a bunch of hidden fees at the end of your case. Woods & Woods does not bill by the hour. We never ask for money upfront. We never charge for phone calls.