What are TDIU VA disability benefits?
Total Disability Individual Unemployability (TDIU) benefits are a safety net from the Veterans Administration for veterans that have trouble getting a job or keeping a job. If you have a service-connected disability that prevents you from working, you might be entitled to TDIU VA disability benefits.
Total Disability Individual Unemployability (TDIU) benefits are for veterans with service-connected mental and physical disabilities who can no longer work. TDIU disability benefits pay over $2,900 a month to eligible veterans.
The TDIU VA disability benefits lawyers at Woods & Woods have appealed thousands of bad VA disability decisions for veterans. We fight for veterans across the United States and even in the US territories.
Who can get TDIU VA disability benefits?
Veterans who wish to receive TDIU VA disability benefits must have a service-connected injury that prevents them from gainful employment. Veterans with dishonorable discharges are not eligible for TDIU VA disability benefits. Veterans that served in the National Guard or Reserves who were activated are eligible for (TDIU) VA disability benefits. Our TDIU VA disability benefits lawyers can help determine your eligibility at no cost.
How much do TDIU VA disability benefits pay monthly?
Veterans can receive over $3,400 monthly in full VA disability benefits from the Veterans Administration in monthly benefits. If you have dependent children or parents you may be eligible for extra monthly compensation. Lots of veterans find that they are owed VA Individual Unemployability back pay when they are awarded TDIU VA disability benefits. Effective dates will determine when you should have started receiving benefits. That money that you should have been receiving may come in one check, known as back pay.
Are TDIU VA disability hard to obtain?
Some veterans find getting their Total Disability Individual Unemployability (TDIU) VA disability benefits can be difficult. That is because there are thousands of federal regulations that could affect your chances of receiving TDIU VA disability benefits. VA law is complex, there is a lot of paperwork, and the deadlines are often missed by veterans. The Veterans Administration makes lots of mistakes and end up regularly denying veterans who are actually eligible for TDIU VA disability benefits. We highly suggest you hire experienced TDIU VA disability benefits lawyers for the VA disability benefits appeal process.
What if I was denied TDIU VA disability benefits?
If you were previously denied Total Disability Individual Unemployability (TDIU) benefits you can appeal that decision. Remember, you only have a limited amount of time to file a TDIU benefit appeal. Veterans that were denied TDIU VA disability benefits have one year to appeal the denial. After that you will have to re-apply to obtain TDIU VA disability benefits. That means you will need to resubmit an initial application to the Veterans Administration.
Unemployability is a major problem for veterans.
According to Reuters News, about 17.3% of veterans are unemployed. TDIU VA disability benefits can help veterans that can’t work. If your mental conditions or physical conditions keeps you from being able to work, you may be able to receive TDIU VA disability benefits.
Does it matter that I haven’t been active duty for years?
No. You can apply for TDIU VA disability benefits decades after your military service. Many veterans never thought about applying previously because they didn’t think their impairments were bad enough for TDIU VA disability benefits. Impairments can worsen over the years and eventually many veterans decide they finally need help from the Veterans Administration. It can be difficult to prove an impairment is from active duty service decades later, but it can be done.
What if my TDIU veteran spouse died; are there benefits?
If your spouse was receiving TDIU veterans benefits and has since passed, you may be eligible for DIC benefits. These benefits are available to widows whose spouses were receiving VA benefits before they passed. DIC benefits are different than TDIU VA disability benefits. They each require different evidence and pay different amounts.
Can I get Social Security benefits and VA disability benefits?
If you are a veteran who is receiving Social Security benefits, you can also receive TDIU VA disability benefits. Social Security benefits and Veterans Administration benefits are completely separate federal entities that have their own rules and regulations. Even though you can receive both benefits at the same time, obtaining one benefit does not mean you are entitled to the other benefit. If you have questions about Social Security benefits and Veterans Administration benefits, Woods & Woods TDIU VA disability benefits lawyers can help veterans receive both benefits.
Should I hire a TDIU VA disability benefits lawyer?
We highly suggest you contact a veterans benefits lawyer to help you with your TDIU VA disability benefits. The Veterans Administration is held to thousands of federal regulations that could affect your case. Many veterans are denied TDIU benefits because they don’t submit the correct evidence or don’t know how to cite case law. VA law is complex and there is tons of paperwork, lots of bureaucracy, and lots of mistakes made by the VA. Our TDIU VA disability benefits lawyers will make sure your claim is done right. Woods & Woods TDIU VA disability benefits lawyers know VA law and how to help your claim.
How much does a TDIU VA disability benefits lawyer cost?
Woods & Woods never charges a penny unless you win your VA disability benefits. Our fee is a percentage of backpay and case expenses. If you lose your VA disability benefits, you owe us nothing. We never touch future benefits, they are yours! Woods & Woods VA disability lawyers never ask for money upfront, never bill by the hour, and we don’t charge for phone calls.
Why call Woods & Woods TDIU VA disability benefits lawyers?
Woods & Woods TDIU VA disability benefits lawyers have helped thousands of veterans and their families. Since 1985, we have successfully represented thousands of disabled people. We know VA law and we fight hard against the Veterans Administration. Woods & Woods TDIU VA disability benefits lawyers offer free legal consultations to anyone. If you have questions, we have answers. Call today to explore your legal options for free. For help, please fill out the online contact form or call toll-free (866) 232-5777.
Our TDIU VA disability benefits lawyers help veterans get VA benefits.
The TDIU VA disability benefits lawyers at Woods & Woods can help get you the monthly payments you deserve. If you hire us, our TDIU VA disability lawyers will work with your doctors to help prove your disabilities. Our law firm hires vocational experts for many claimants wishing to obtain TDIU benefits. Our teams of lawyers also often work with psychologists to help prove mental impairments.
There are thousands of federal regulations that could affect your case. Our TDIU VA Disability lawyers will do diligent research to look for small exceptions to the law that may apply to you. VA law is much more complex than most people realize. If you are just submitting VA forms and no documentation and law, your chances of obtaining TDIU benefits have probably been diminished.
Woods & Woods TDIU VA disability benefits lawyers only charge if we win.
Our TDIU VA disability benefits lawyers only charge if we win. If you lose your TDIU disability benefits claim, you don’t owe us a penny. For decades, our fair fee agreements have worked for thousands of disability clients. Our lawyers do not charge for phone calls. Woods & Woods veterans disability benefits lawyers will never ask for money upfront. Our lawyers do not bill by the hour.
Talk to our TDIU VA disability benefits lawyers for free.
Since 1985, Woods & Woods has successfully represented thousands of disabled people. Our individual unemployability lawyers are tough and they know the law. We won’t take ‘no’ for an answer from the Veterans Administration. We help veterans with TDIU appeals and will fight the VA. If you have been denied TDIU benefits, don’t give up. Help is here.