How Can You Qualify for Individual Unemployability?

VA Unemployability

The VA defines Individual Unemployability as unable to secure or follow a substantial gainful occupation as a result of service connected disabilities. (38C.F.R. Sec. 4.16(a)Any Veteran can qualify for Individual Unemployability, which is also referred to as Total Disability based on Individual Unemployability (TDIU) in many different ways. To find out if you could qualify for Individual Unemployability, contact us for a free consultation at (888) 959-9908.

Here’s how you may qualify for Individual Unemployability from the VA:

In order to qualify for Individual Unemployability or TDIU through the VA, you must be unable to sustain substantial gainful employment. A Veteran must provide evidence of unemployability. In addition, a Veteran must provide to the va medical evidence to prove that the service connected disabilities render him/her unable to work and therefore should qualify for TDIU.

If you’re a veteran, you may be entitled to monthly payments through Individual Unemployability from the VA

Individual Unemployability entitles service connected veterans to monthly compensation payments at the 100% level. If a veteran has one service connected disability, that disability must be rated at 60% or higher in order to qualify for TDIU. If a veteran has two or more service connected disabilities, at least one has to be rated at 40% or higher, with a combine disability rating of 70%. To learn more about qualifying for Individual Unemployability through the va compensation program, call us at (888) 959-9908.