Total Disability Individual Unemployability (TDIU) Veterans’ Compensation


Total Disability Individual Unemployability (TDIU) is a term for compensation from The Department of Veterans Affairs (VA) for veterans that do not meet the 100% disability requirement, but are “are unable to secure and maintain substantially gainful employment” due to a service-related injury or disability. Even if a veteran does not meet the 100% disability requirement, they still may receive monthly disability compensation as if they were rated at 100% disability.

Monthly compensation is judged on a case-by-case basis, and is based on an individual veteran’s ability to work or lack thereof. It is up to each veteran to prove to the VA that he or she cannot work (or has a reduced capacity for work) due to service-related injury or disability.

At the Law Offices of Harold W. Conick & Associates Ltd., we are experienced disability claims attorneys. Harold W. Conick has been accredited by the Department of Veterans Affairs to represent veterans in their disability claims, and he is a member of the National Association of Veterans’ Advocates. We understand what the VA is looking for when evaluating claims, and are here to be your tough advocates regardless of the level of your appeal.

We also realize that this is a difficult time, and are here to answer your questions. For more information or to schedule a free consultation, contact us today.