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esa 1 year 3 months ago #213810

had to wait hi I have not posted before but I would just like to tell you my brothers epic tale.He has various congenital abnormalities which make him wobbly on his feet cant see very well diabetes and learning difficulties. He has had three f2f assessments in 18months he kept his esa wrag with the first two. They then decided he had a miraculous recovery andonly got 6 points. Using your excellent guides we did a mandatory reconsideration which was also turned down. We proceeded to a tribunal which we had to wait 9months for.The tribunal staff were really nice and put us at ease. They spoke to him for bout 10 mins and confirmed things with me. We got the result the next day 24 points and straight into the support group.To be fair to dwp they have processed it and paid up in 2weeks so it is well worth appealingpattie2
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esa 1 year 3 months ago #213812

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That's terrific news, well done.

Gordon

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