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Can you be a little more spacific?

I take it your 90 percent and want fo file for TBI.

If you have the physical and medical evidence to do it then file it as a Fully developed claim as it will go faster.

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Sorry, what I was trying to say was since I'm at 90%, and I gave a mild tbi pending what aren't chances to get 100%, also can I still do Voc rehab if I get 100%, or iu. Thanks for the replies.

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Sorry about the misspelling, what I was trying to say was since I'm at 90% with the va, and I have a mild tbi pending what are my chances to get 100%, also can I still do Voc rehab if I get 100%, or iu. Thanks for the replies

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Having done some of these claims for TBI, it really depends what the severity of the disability is. What cognitive skills have been lessened due to your TBI? A lot of questions concerning the TBI issues.

Again, depends on your medical records and what they contain. I have seen some of the TBI claims if they were mild and below, adjudicated with PTSD. Do you have a SC for PTSD?

If you are receiving 100% TDIU, it is because you are not able to work due to your service connected disabilities. I don't know the correct answer to your question about Voc Reh if your receiving TDIU.I would think that you would not be authorized. I have met and worked with veterans that were 100% schedular and they were accepted into the program. It's a big difference between 100% TDIU and schedular.

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Sorry about the misspelling, what I was trying to say was since I'm at 90% with the va, and I have a mild tbi pending what are my chances to get 100%, also can I still do Voc rehab if I get 100%, or iu. Thanks for the replies

I believe the TBI would need to be pretty severe just to get you to 95%, rounded to 100%, via the combined ratings table. I believe you can receive VocRehab w/either schedular 100% or TDIU, as your ability to learn has nothing to do w/your ability to work.

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