I just started a new application/filed an appealfor disability benefitsbut have since moved/changed my phone number/started seeing a new doctor/my medical condition has worsened or improved/been prescribed and am taking new medication. What should I do?

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A: We can’t stress this enough – if you’ve:

  • Moved
  • Changed your phone number
  • Started seeing a new doctor
  • Your condition has worsened or improved
  • You’ve recently gone to the emergency room
  • You’ve been prescribed and have started taking new medication

Contact your disability representative or representative as soon as possible with the new information. If you are representing yourself, you will need to contact the Social Security office, DDS if your case is there, or the hearing office if your case is awaiting a hearing date.

This is critical!

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Many veterans are unable to earn a living because of service-connected disabilities. Congress created a special benefit called TDIU to help these veterans live comfortably. Also known as Unemployability. TDIU pays the same monthly amount as a 100% disability rating.