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TOPIC: PiP

PiP 6 days 8 hours ago #230714

I have just filled in the pip forms with much needed help from this site. I have sent in a very valuable testament from my GP and consultant. It as given vital information into my medical conditions I would say to any member who is going through PiP to gather this information as it could be the difference of getting a result and failing good luck to all members going through this ordeal.
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PiP 4 days 10 hours ago #230781

Thank you Maurice, we are pleased that you found the web site helpful. You need to be mindful that the majority of claims are refused when you first apply, if this happens to you do not give up, you will need to apply for a mandatory reconsideration and if that fails then appeal.

We have plenty of information on this website to help you if you need it.

New DWP figures also show increase in volume of disallowed claims from 275,090 in 2014/2015 to 392,280 in 2017/2018.

Good luck with your claim.

Gary

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