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TOPIC: I won my PIP Appeal!

I won my PIP Appeal! 5 months 5 days ago #229183

Having received DLA for over 20 years, I was rejected for PIP and so I applied for a mandatory review and included a self-assessment using the information on your website. I was again rejected quoting the same reasons as before and completely ignoring the self-assessment and the further information I had supplied. Based on my self-assessment, I made the case for an award of the daily living component at the enhanced rate and the mobility component at the standard rate. So, following the advice on the website, I filed an appeal. I had the hearing earlier this week and afterwards was handed the written decision. I have been awarded both the daily living and mobility components at the enhance rate without any limitation on the period of award – a great result. Thank you, B&W, for the great information and excellent advice given on your website. Neelofar.
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I won my PIP Appeal! 5 months 4 days ago #229191

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That is really terrific news, congratulations and well done.

It usually takes the DWP 5-8 weeks to process a tribunal result, I would give you a call next week to make sure that they have received the Decision Notice.



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I won my PIP Appeal! 4 months 1 week ago #230234

Hello good news about your win , I have also been refused PIP and have applied to the Tribunal i told the Tribunal that I would submit my reasons at a later date as I'm honestly struggling on what to put in the submission how did you set out your appeal I would be grateful for your help

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