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​Can the VA Take Away 100 Percent Permanent and Total Disability?

Can the VA Take Away 100 Percent Permanent and Total Disability?

Posted by Berry Law on March 18, 2024 in Disability Ratings

Veterans Affairs (VA) disability benefits are a lifeline for those who have served in the military. They provide financial support to individuals dealing with service-connected disabilities. These benefits aim to acknowledge and compensate for the

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What Are the Chances of Getting TDIU for PTSD?

What Are the Chances of Getting TDIU for PTSD?

Posted by Rankings IO on February 2, 2024 in TDIU

Many Veterans experience post-traumatic stress disorder (PTDS) as a result of their years in military service. As a result, they may be eligible to receive disability benefits from the U.S. Department of Veteran Affairs (VA).

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TDIU and Working: Can You Work If You Receive TDIU?

TDIU and Working: Can You Work If You Receive TDIU?

Posted by Berry Law on November 13, 2023 in TDIU

As a disabled Veteran, you are entitled to certain benefits in exchange for your honorable service to our country. However, even if your disabilities don’t add up to a VA disability rating of 100%, you

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TDIU for PTSD: Can You Get Total Disability?

TDIU for PTSD: Can You Get Total Disability?

Posted by Berry Law on September 19, 2022 in TDIU

Time in the military can cause a great deal of stress and mental health problems for Veterans. Once they are discharged from service, many Veterans have a difficult time settling back into the normal routine

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TDIU and SSDI: Can You Receive Benefits From Both?

TDIU and SSDI: Can You Receive Benefits From Both?

Posted by Berry Law on September 16, 2022 in TDIU

Veterans who have a disability or multiple disabilities from their time in the service are entitled to benefits from the Department of Veterans Affairs. One such benefit is TDIU, which gives full disability benefits to

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Extra Schedular TDIU: What Is It, and What Does It Mean for You?

Extra Schedular TDIU: What Is It, and What Does It Mean for You?

Posted by Berry Law on September 5, 2022 in TDIU

Certain Veterans may have such debilitating conditions or health problems that they require something called total disability based on individual unemployability, or TDIU. TDIU is a special disability benefit that lets Veterans be compensated at

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How To Qualify For TDIU For PTSD

How To Qualify For TDIU For PTSD

Posted by Berry Law on March 6, 2023 in Increase Rating

If you have PTSD, your symptoms may significantly affect your ability to work, maintain relationships, and function in everyday life.

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Individual Unemployability Requirements for Veterans

Individual Unemployability Requirements for Veterans

Posted by Berry Law on February 13, 2020 in TDIU

If you have a service-connected disability that prevents you from working, you may be entitled to individual unemployability. If the VA grants a Veteran’s claim for individual unemployability, the Veteran will receive monthly compensation as

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Aid & Attendance Benefits

Aid & Attendance Benefits

Posted by Berry Law on August 9, 2019 in Appeals

In addition to VA disability compensation, several other forms of increased compensation may be available to you or your spouse. One specific type of increased compensation is known as “Aid & Attendance” and may be

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How to Apply for TDIU

How to Apply for TDIU

Posted by Berry Law on January 25, 2023 in TDIU

https://youtu.be/aYugwZ7NsYo Total Disability based on Individual Unemployability (TDIU) allows the VA to pay some disabled Veterans as if they were rated at 100% disability. For example, if a Veteran has been trained for the construction

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