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- Royal College of Nursing
- Spinal Injuries Association
- Chesterfield Law Centre
- Stephenson’s Solicitors
- Birmingham Citizens Advice Bureau
- Manchester City Council Sensory Provision Team
Don't lose out just because the system isn't fair.
Are you making a Disability Living Allowance (DLA) or Employment and Support Allowance (ESA) claim or appeal? Or being transferred from Incapacity Benefit to ESA?
Are you worried that the forms are complex and unclear, the medicals may be rushed and inaccurate and the decisions unfair? If so, use our expert, step-by-step guides and give yourself the best possible chance of getting your legal entitlement.
We’ll warn you of pitfalls, offer you specialist tips and tactics and guide you through every part of this bewildering process.
2 October 2006
We understand that rollout of the new Disability Living Allowance and Attendance Allowance medical report forms used by visiting doctors is now complete. We have updated
The Best Possible Disability Living Allowance Claims on Physical Health grounds
The Best Possible Disability Living Allowance Claims on Mental Health grounds
to reflect changes in the medical report forms. We'll be updating the children's DLA guides and the AA guide within the next week..
The new report forms no longer require the doctor to take a statement from the claimant, which is instead replaced by a detailed 'Typical day' section.
You can download a blank copy of the new Disability Living Allowance and Attendance Allowance medical report forms from here.
Our guides now include details of the new medical report and a warning about the increasingly common practice of EMP's prying into every room in a claimant's home and how to deal with it. The Medical Visit Record Sheet has been updated to deal with the medicals and the prying regime.