Many veterans file claims for disabilities that, while chronic, are worse on some days than on others. So, while on a typical day a veteran with a disability may experience pain in the 4/10 range and have full range of motion, on another day when the veteran experiences a flare-up of his condition, he may […]
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At some point, most veterans will hear about a type of disability benefits called Total Disability due to Individual Unemployability, which is often referred to under the common abbreviations TDIU or simply IU. TDIU is a great benefit, but there are many TDIU myths that are told to veterans. First, it is important to know […]
Are your sleep problems related to service? The quick answer is they absolutely may be related to service. However, that is not why you are reading this blog post. The question you really want to know is whether your sleep problems can be considered service connected, and thus subject to disability ratings for compensation benefits. […]
It is a common mistake to think that if you are approved for SSDI (Social Security Disability Insurance benefits) by SSA (Social Security Administration) you will automatically be eligible for TDIU (a total disability rating based on employability of the individual) through the VA. If you can’t work, you can’t work, right? Unfortunately for vets, […]