VA Individual Unemployability: How To File A Claim & Get Approved



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If you're a veteran who is struggling to find work due to your disability, you may be wondering if you're eligible for VA individual unemployability benefits. Here's what you need to know about how to file a claim and get approved.

If you’re considering filing a VA Individual Unemployability (IU) claim, the most important thing you can do is get a vocational assessment. A vocational assessment will help to identify your work capabilities and limitations, which is essential information for your claim.

There are many different factors that are considered when determining eligibility for IU benefits, and having a clear understanding of your work capabilities is critical. A vocational assessment can help you to understand what types of jobs you’re able to do, as well as any limitations you may have. This information can be used to build a strong case for IU benefits.

00:00 Introduction
2:00 What is VA Individual Unemployability?
6:15 What law covers VA Individual Unemployability?
7:45 The key to winning a TDIU claim is a Vocational Assessment
10:35 How a Vocational Expert will help you win your VA Individual Unemployability!

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