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Great News in a brown envelope! 4 years 10 months ago #157121

Seven days after my ATOS PIP review assessment I have been awarded standard mobility again and wow! standard rate care something I've never had before. This extra £55.00 will make such a difference to me and peace of mind as its awarded until 2021.

I was very worried as they did this review with out a how your condition affects you form and based it on my previous claim with verbal updates at the assessment. Following the advice on this site I gave evidence of my conditions by submitting consultants reports and I believe this has given me such a good result this time.Thank you all so much for advice and support.

Linda
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Great News in a brown envelope! 4 years 10 months ago #157131

Linda

Congratulations on the award.

Gordon

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Great News in a brown envelope! 4 years 10 months ago #157154

Do the rules allow reassessment without a form? It would seem to put those of use who get tongue tied at a disadvantage .

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Great News in a brown envelope! 4 years 10 months ago #157155

But...congratulations Linda !

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Great News in a brown envelope! 4 years 10 months ago #157167

neptuno wrote: Do the rules allow reassessment without a form? It would seem to put those of use who get tongue tied at a disadvantage .


The legislation does not specifically require a PIP2 to be issued, I would expect one to be sent in the vast majority of cases and it would be reasonable to argue that any adverse Decision made without a PIP2 was weak.

Gordon

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