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T.d.i.u. C&p Results


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That's a TDIU any way you cut it.

You can slice it, dice it, chop it, or just put it in the blender and puree' the heck out of it.

It's a "goodun". B)

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That should be 100% schedular or at the very least TDIU.

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Betty, I agree with John. The least you should get is IU. The VA may pass on the IU and award you 100 percent schedular.

The doc did a good job.

I just hate the fact that you had to endure this VA RO's game for as long as you did.

You are almost done as the exam is already on its way to the RO in huntington.

Expect an award in about 30 days or maybe less.

John

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Thanks guys,

What is 100% schedular?

I am just about brain dead now.

I did a search, but couldn't locate its defintion.

Thanks so much to all of you,

Betty

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Schedular 100 percent is a 100 percent rating without the IU factor.

Also remember that if you have a single disability rated at 100 percent and another one or combination rated at an additional 60 percent, you qualify for an SMC S award.

You can look at the rate tables onthe VA website. But at the 100 percent rate you would receive $2669.00

for you and your husband. WIth the smc S arward, you would receive $2971.00.

If it is a Permanent and total, ( It should be) your husband would also be eligible for chapter 35 benefits and champ VA insurance. No More Co Pays.

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Betty, On it's face, this C&P Exam appears to meet all the requirements for TDIU. All bases were covered. Hope you get your decision quickly! ~Wings

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