https://www.c-span.org/video/?429945-1/va-secretary-shulkin-testifies-fy-2018-budgetUnemployability Excerpt starts at 00:53:03 video CHAIRMAN ISAKSON>I WANT TO TALK ABOUT THE BUDGET FOR A MINUTE IF I MAY. I WANT TO TALK ABOUT THE … [Read more...] about Unemployability Discussed During Fiscal Year 2018 Veterans Affairs Budget Veterans Affairs Secretary Dr. David Shulkin testified before the Senate Veterans Affairs Committee on his agency’s budget request for fiscal year 2018.
Benefits granted under the VA rating schedule are intended to compensate veterans for the average impairment in earning capacity that results from service-connected disease or injury. IU is a special additional benefit to address the truly unique … [Read more...] about Total Disability Ratings Based on Individual Unemployability (IU) – VA Training Letter 07-01
Am I automatically disqualified from consideration for IU because I have a job?No. In fact, unemployability does not always mean that a veteran is not working. The key, however, is that all income earned from employment must be at or … [Read more...] about Can I work and receive TDIU? Yes, in some cases you can.
A veteran will receive compensation at the 100% disability rating level if his/her service connected disabilities prevent the veteran from being able to get a job and keep the job. A Total Disability Rating Based on Individual Unemployability (TDIU … [Read more...] about Unemployability (IU) Guide from Hill and Ponton
I'll explain the impact of filing - and not filing - a VA Form 21-8940 in your VA Claim.Sourced through Scoop.it from: www.veteranslawblog.org … [Read more...] about VA Form 21-8940 Can Make or Break Your TDIU Claim. – Veterans Law Blog