3 Things You Need to Know About TDIU
Total Disability Based on Individual Unemployability (TDIU) is essential if you are unable to work due to a service connected disability. TDIU is a monthly payment from the VA made to veterans whose service-related disability prevents them from holding a job. Here are 3 things you should know about TDIU benefits:
- Any disability that is service connected that prevents you from working and earning a living may qualify you to receive TDIU benefits. Disabilities can include: traumatic brain injury (TBI), post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD), mental impairments, toxic exposure, physical impairments, etc.
- You must fill out and send in a Form-21-8940 to apply for TDIU benefits. If you’re denied you must appeal your claim within one year.
- TDIU benefits currently pay a minimum of $2,906.83 per month to veterans.
If you’ve applied for TDIU benefits and been denied, call our experienced veterans disability benefits attorneys today. We will help you battle the VA to get the benefits that are rightfully due to you! Call 866-866-VETS or contact us online.