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TOPIC: Pip mandatory appeal

Pip mandatory appeal 1 week 1 day ago #225792

Hi I’m new to this site been on DLA/ now PIP for 14 years just been told I am no longer eligible for any they have said my car will have to go back immediately I phoned up and have mandatory appealed will I still be paid for personal care which is due to end April 2019 I suffer with fibromyalgia chronic fatigue, chronic migraines, I have never had problems with DWP in the past I am totally besides myself any help would be most appreciated

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Pip mandatory appeal 1 week 1 day ago #225807

Pattie

Welcome to the forum, you might want to have a look at the following FAQ which explains where everything is

Welcome to Benefits and Work

This new Decision supersedes your existing award so unless you still have an award, your PIP payments will stop.

You should contact the DWP for a copy of the assessment report if you have not already done so, I would phone them but again follow up the request in writing. Once you have the assessment report you will have a better understanding of how the DWP Decision Maker has come to their conclusions and will then be able to argue against them.

Your primary task is to show that you meet the criteria, there are many reasons you may have failed, you need to address each of these but don't get bogged down in criticising the assessment report unless you can clearly show that it is incorrect, it is a lot easier to argue the facts of the situation;

"the assessor recorded that I walked 50m, I did but they have failed to document that I had to stop every 10m for a rest due to breathlessness"

than their opinions

"based on my observations of the claimant walking I believe that they can reliably walk more than 200m.

See our PIP Claim guides for help with the criteria and our appeal guides for help with your MR

www.benefitsandwork.co.uk/help-for-claimants/pip

When you have a better idea of the issues with your claim, come back to the forum and we will do our best to help.

Gordon
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