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a TDIU, it does indicate an amount less than 100 percent. Roberson v. Principi, 251 F.3d 1378 (Fed Cir. 2001). Assignment of a TDIU evaluation requires that the record reflect some factor that takes
60 percent disabling from October 1, 2015 to June 27, 2016, as 100 percent disabling from June 27, 2016 to September 1, 2017, and as 60 percent thereafter. Consideration of a TDIU for those time periods
2. As a 100 percent schedular rating is assigned for PTSD, and as the evidence does not support entitlement to a TDIU due to any other service-connected disability, there remain no questions of law or fact
a TDIU was warranted in addition to a schedular 100 percent evaluation where the TDIU had been granted for a disability other than the disability for which a 100 percent rating was in effect. Under those
Citation Nr: 18157152 Decision Date: 12/12/18 Archive Date: 12/11/18 DOCKET NO. 16-62 461 DATE: December 12, 2018 ORDER Entitlement to a 100 percent initial evaluation for cardiomyopathy is granted.
1, 2014, is dismissed as moot. Entitlement to TDIU since July 1, 2014, is denied. FINDINGS OF FACT 1. The discontinuance of the 100 percent evaluation for prostate cancer is not a formal rating reduction
to TDIU is moot from January 28, 2015. 4. With this decision, the Veteran now has a single service-connected disability rated at 100 percent, effective January 28, 2015, with additional prostate related
August 24, 2018 ORDER A 100 percent disability rating for service-connected posttraumatic stress disorder (PTSD) is granted. A total rating based on individual unemployability (TDIU) from August 20,
disability already rated at 100 percent, entitlement to TDIU becomes moot because he has already met that portion of the requirement for SMC. In this case, the assignment of the Veteran s 100 percent
70 percent thereafter, and granted entitlement to TDIU, effective September 6, 2009. The issue of entitlement to TDIU prior to September 6, 2009, was remanded for extraschedular consideration. An August
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