4 Strategies for Achieving a 100% Disability Rating #vaclaims

100% Service Connected aka 100% Schedular

If you have one service-connected disability, or a combination of these impairments, and are awarded a 100 percent disability rating for it, you can work full time without interrupting your benefits.

100% TDIU

TDIU is a disability rating that can be given to a veteran if his or her claim alleges that he or she be paid benefits at the 100 percent disabled rate, even though the injury or ailments rate is below 100%.

100% P&T

When a veteran’s service-connected disabilities are shown to have no chance of improvement and the veteran is expected to maintain a 100 percent disability rating without future evaluation, the VA may grant him or her a permanent and total disability rating.

100% Temporary VA Disability Rating

If the veteran’s condition improves enough for him or her to be able to return to work, the VA pays 100 percent disability compensation for the rest of the time he or she is hospitalized or recuperating.

Author: Rich