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I filed for tdiu. received ssd nov,11. if not awarded the tdiu would I get a increase for sc that have worsen in the past 2 years? I have sent in new evidence from my doctor's with letters of my unemployability for the tdiu claim.

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If the SSD award was solely for SC conditions, did you advise VA of that fact?

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Berta, I asked ssi to send me a copy and never got it. I was told it would be put on a cd disk. I have so much new info that has been added from my doctors with letters saying I could not work or it would not be in the best interest of the VA and myself.ph34r.png

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Has it been awhile since you filed your TDIU claim?

Also, when you filed for SSD did you claim anything that wasn't SC? The reason Berta brought it up is because if it was approved for anything else besides SC issues, or even a mixture of the 2, the VA won't accept it as proof for TDIU. On the other hand, if it was approved solely on SC issues, then you need to get a copy in your c;file as soon as possible so it can be used as evidence.

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