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If this was years ago, and the employer is not available to fill out the Employer Form for TDIU, I don't think it will have any effect on your TDIU claim. The VA is more interested in what your current employment status is, especially at the time of filing for TDIU.

My husband was not working when he filed for TDIU, but he had been self employed for many years. The VA asked him to fill out the form on "himself". They want to know what you can and can't do as far as work goes. AND if your job requirements are so difficult that you miss work or how often you call in sick etc.They are trying to determine if your SC'd condition keeps you from gainful employment.


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Thanks for the reply. sounds reasonable. I am concerned because it is within the 5 year period they require. Can VA say they will not decide the claim if they dont have the info or try to make me prove theyre out of business? Your opinion please Vike17, Berta, Pete53, Sixthcents, John999 and 1968 Army VV.

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If this was my claim I would write the VARO and tell them to go ahead and rate the claim with the information that they have and that the revious employer is kaput.

Good Luck

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