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TOPIC: hypothetical question regards a PIP award

hypothetical question regards a PIP award 5 months 1 week ago #221036

Ok so you get a TRUE report on your condition and awarded correctly for a duration of say 3 years, But, after 2 years you have to go through the process again and they find you 'fit' as a fiddle ( in their eyes!) and you have your original award quashed!
Given that the original award is for 3 years because the given evidence is read as true with medical evidence along with their reports,
Is their new decision an admission that they made a mistake at the first interview given that your ailment is life long and very unlikely to change!

An interesting argument maybe?

Thoughts here anyone

hypothetical question regards a PIP award 5 months 1 week ago #221037


That's not the view that Tribunal panels are taking, in fact, the opposite.

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