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TOPIC: Timescale from appeal win

Timescale from appeal win 1 year 2 months ago #152044

Having won a pip appeal a week ago, awarded standard daily living , what are peoples experiences of the timescales to reinstate payment and backdate monies ?
I was on enhanced rate, Atos medical May 2015, award withdrawn September 2015 , took jt all the way, and although I crumbled into an emotional blubbering snotty wreck I managed to get through it and awarded standard rate there and then. If it was not for this site, fb oage, guides , and help from disability north with submission it would have been too overwhelming to deal with..... Thank you so much ...

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Timescale from appeal win 1 year 2 months ago #152067

linda.h wrote: Having won a pip appeal a week ago, awarded standard daily living , what are peoples experiences of the timescales to reinstate payment and backdate monies ?
I was on enhanced rate, Atos medical May 2015, award withdrawn September 2015 , took jt all the way, and although I crumbled into an emotional blubbering snotty wreck I managed to get through it and awarded standard rate there and then. If it was not for this site, fb oage, guides , and help from disability north with submission it would have been too overwhelming to deal with..... Thank you so much ...


Hi lh,

Congratulations on your PIP Appeal success !! :cheer:

I would allow 4-8 weeks for the Tribunal's Decision to be actioned by DWP, but it could be quicker !

If you have heard nothing by the 4-5 weeks mark you could contact them to give them a nudge !!

The more arrears owed to you, the longer it may take !

Thanks for the positive feedback regarding B&W !! :)

bro58

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Timescale from appeal win 1 year 1 month ago #152131

Well done for seeing this through to tribunal, I'm glad you got the award you deserve. Thanks for letting us know and for your kind words about B+W :)

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