Unemployed veterans may be eligible for Total Disability Individual Unemployability (TDIU) benefits from the Veterans Administration. Woods and Woods veterans unemployability lawyers never charge a penny unless we win your claim. For your free legal consultation about veterans unemployment benefits, please fill out our contact form or call (866) 232-5777.
What are veterans unemployment benefits?
Veterans unemployability benefits are formally known as Total Disability Individual Unemployability. These benefits are for veterans who can no longer work due to service-connected impairments. The Veterans Administration accepts both physical and mental impairments for veterans unemployability benefits.
Veterans who are no longer able to work or keep employment may be eligible for Total Disability Individual Unemployability (TDIU) benefits. If you have a service-connected physical or mental impairment that prevents your from keeping gainful employment, you could receive monthly compensation from the Veterans Administration.
How much do veterans unemployment benefits pay monthly?
Some veterans are receiving over $2,900 a month from the veterans administration in TDIU benefits. TDIU claims can be hard to prove. We highly suggest your hire a veterans benefits lawyer to help guide you through the maze of VA regulations and paperwork. You will need to submit medical evidence to prove your physical and mental impairments. Woods and Woods veterans unemployability lawyers often work with specialists, like vocational experts, to help prove our clients’ TIDU claim.
What if I was denied veterans unemployment benefits?
If you were denied veterans unemployment benefits previously, you can re-apply or appeal your decision. If you recently received a denial for unemployment benefits, you should consider appealing. There is a limited amount of time you can appeal your decision. If that appeal time has collapsed, you have the option to re-apply and begin the process over. For help appealing or applying fill out the online contact form or call (866) 232-5777.
Can I afford to hire Woods & Woods veterans unemployability lawyers?
Yes! Woods and Woods veterans unemployability lawyers never charges a penny unless we win your VA disability benefits claim. When you win, our fee is a percentage of your backpay and case expenses. We never ask for money upfront or bill by the hour. Woods and Woods veterans unemployability lawyers will never charge for a phone call. If you lose your VA benefits claim, you owe us nothing. Woods and Woods has teams of attorneys, psychologists, doctors, vocational experts, paralegals, and case managers to help you prove your claim.
FAQ: Veterans Unemployability Lawyers
How much do veterans unemployability benefits pay monthly? Veterans who are eligible for veterans unemployability benefits will be paid the same as a veteran with a 100% VA disability rating. Currently, those veterans receive $2,906.83 monthly. Veterans with dependent children and parents may be able to receive extra monthly compensation.
How do I apply for veterans unemployability benefits? The easiest way to apply for veterans unemployability benefits is to call Woods & Woods. We do not charge for help with the application. We can tell you how to apply and give you a few tips at no cost to you. Ask us any questions and we’ll answer them for free.
Is a denial the end of my veterans unemployability benefits claim? No. If you were denied veterans unemployability benefits within the last one year, you may be able to appeal. If you were denied longer than one year ago, you can always re-apply for veterans unemployability benefits. There is no limit to how many times you can file an initial application to try to obtain veterans unemployability benefits.
Should I get a free VSO or a lawyer? Many of our clients relied on VSO’s and were denied. There is no real training required to be a VSO. Why would you rely on a non-lawyer for your VA unemployability law claim? VSO’s generally don’t have the resources to hire outside experts to prove your claim. You get what you pay for. Hire our veterans unemployability lawyers and get your claim done right the first time.
What does it cost to hire Woods & Woods veterans unemployability lawyers? If you win benefits, Woods & Woods charges clients a percentage of their backpay and case expenses (things like doctors reports). If you do not obtain VA benefits, you owe us nothing.
Get the help you deserve from our veterans unemployability lawyers.
Woods & Woods veterans unemployability lawyers help veterans nationwide. Our veterans unemployability lawyers have worked with thousands of veterans and their families. We offer free VA claim evaluations to anyone who think they may be eligible for veterans unemployability benefits.
When you hire Woods & Woods veterans unemployability lawyers, we take over all communication with the Veterans Administration. You won’t have to wait on hold just to find someone who can’t help you anymore. Instead you call your law firm. We will compile all the necessary evidence to prove you are entitled to veterans unemployability benefits. Our veterans unemployability lawyers will work with your doctors. We may even hire outside experts to prove your mental and physical conditions are service-connected. We regularly work with psychologists and vocational experts on veterans unemployment cases.