Okay, really there are 4 - but who wants to be hospitalized.
1 of the ways to a 100% rating is the slow and steady path - service connecting all of your conditions, maximizing your impairment ratings, and using the power of VA Combined Math to get to 100%
TDIU is shorthand for "Total Disability and Individual Unemployability".
In this eBook I will teach you the 2 ways that you can prove you are eligible for TDIU:
1) The 60-70-40 Rule. (aka, Schedular TDIU)
2) The "IU Rule" (aka, Extra-schedular TDIU).
I am also going to show you how the VA has been screwing up IU claims for YEARS - and the path that the Court of Appeals for Veterans Claims gave us for getting the VA back on track.
You've read my Veterans Law Blog - and you know my style. You know that as a disabled Veteran myself, my goal is to teach you about VA Claims without all the legalese and high-dollar lawyer words. In this eBook I'll show you:
What do you need to prove in a TDIU claim?
What kind of evidence do you need to submit?
What is "substantially gainful activity"?
What legalese should a Veteran include when using the "IU Rule"?
I answer all of these questions in "VA TDIU: A Primer on Individual Unemployability".
Check out the Chapter listings here.
Robert A., a Desert Storm Veteran, said:
"Frankly, I'm not much of a reader as it is, but when I came across this book explaining the TDIU processes, I was glued to every electronic page. The information is worth the read."
Gary A., A Vietnam Veterans, said:
"This eBook is pure gold. I am a Vietnam Vet with a 80% disability rating, currently being evaluated by the VA for TDIU. This book gave me the knowledge and faith that I have done the right things to be successfully evaluated."
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