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TSGLI Retroactive Benefits - Are You Eligible?

The questions on the next few pages will help you determine if you are now eligible for a TSGLI payment under the new law.

Were you injured between October 7, 2001 and November 30, 2005?

Yes No

TSGLI Retroactive Benefits - Are You Eligible?

You are not eligible for the retroactive TSGLI benefit, but you may still be eligible for TSGLI. Please answer the question below to find out if you may be eligible.

Were you injured on or after Dec. 1, 2005?

YES NO 

TSGLI Retroactive Benefits - Are You Eligible?

Sorry, you are not eligible.

Unfortunately, you are not eligible for Service Disabled Veterans Insurance because you were not released from active service on or after April 25, 1951 with an other than dishonorable discharge.

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TSGLI Retroactive Benefits - Are You Eligible?

Was your injury the result of any of the following:

an intentionally self-inflicted injury or an attempt to inflict such injury?

Use of an illegal or controlled substance that was not administered or consumed on the advice of a medical doctor?

The medical or surgical treatment of an illness or disease?

A traumatic injury sustained while committing or attempting to commit a felony?

A physical or mental illness or disease (not including illness or disease caused by a wound infection, a chemical, biological, or radiological weapon, or the accidental ingestion of a contaminated substance)?

YES NO

TSGLI Retroactive Benefits - Are You Eligible?

Your Eligibility:

Based on your answers, you are not eligible for a TSGLI payment under the new law.

Why you are not Eligible:

Certain injuries are excluded from qualifying for the TSGLI benefit, including injuries that are the result of:

  • Intentionally self-inflicted injuries or attempt to inflict such injury
  • use of an illegal or controlled substance that was not administered or consumed on the advice of a medical doctor
  • Diagnostic procedures, preventive medical procedures such as inoculations, medical or surgical treatment for an illness or disease, or any complications arising from such procedures or treatment.
  • a traumatic injury sustained while committing or attempting to commit a felony
  • a physical or mental illness or disease (not including illness or disease caused by a wound infection, a chemical, biological, or radiological weapon, or the accidental ingestion of a contaminated substance)

Because you indicated that your injury was caused by one of these, you do not qualify for payment.

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TSGLI Retroactive Benefits - Are You Eligible?

Did you suffer one of the losses listed on the TSGLI Schedule of Losses ?

YES NO

TSGLI Retroactive Benefits - Are You Eligible?

Your Eligibility:

Based on your answers, you are not eligible for a TSGLI payment under the new law.

Why you are not Eligible:

To qualify for a TSGLI payment, you must meet the TSGLI eligibility criteria and have an injury (loss) that is listed on the TSGLI Schedule of Losses.

Because you indicated that you did not suffer a loss listed on the TSGLI Schedule of Losses, you do not qualify for payment.

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TSGLI Retroactive Benefits - Are You Eligible?

Did your loss occur within 2 years of your injury?

YES NO

TSGLI Retroactive Benefits - Are You Eligible?

What You Should Do:

Please downolad and complete the Application for TSGLI Benefits. Once you have completed Section A, you should have your doctor complete Section B, then forward the completed application to your Branch of Service TSGLI Office. You should also include copies of any medical documentation with your application.

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TSGLI Retroactive Benefits - Are You Eligible?

Your Eligibility:

Based on your answers, you are not eligible for a TSGLI payment under the new law.

Why you are not Eligible:

To qualify for a TSGLI payment, you must suffer a loss from the TSGLI Schedule of Losses within two years (730 days) of the traumatic event.

Because you indicated that your loss did not occur within two years of the traumatic event, you do not qualify for payment.

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