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TOPIC: PIP

PIP 10 months 2 days ago #219699

Hi, having subscribed to B & W to help my husbands claim, I used the info to claim for my son in April 2017, he was assessed at home by an ex nurse who had qualified for 2 yrs in midwifery. Is this enough qualification???!!! He has server Dystonia, violent tremor to right side, broke his neck in march 2017, his GP failed to send him for an X-ray, now also suffers from a crushed spinal cord, this has effected his mobility, as you can probably guess, assessor said he was capable of living without help. After a tribunal meeting on 23rd Sept 2018, he now has PIP both, I then found out he can get server disability from ESA as he lives alone...All being back paid to April 2017 with no more assessment until 2020. Keep up the good work.

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PIP 10 months 2 days ago #219731

ACPC

Congratulations to you both for the Tribunal win, well done.

Gordon

tags: @RESULT @PIP @APPEAL

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