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TOPIC: My Tribunal Yesterday.

My Tribunal Yesterday. 3 months 5 days ago #181971

Hello I am thrilled to inform you all that I went to my Tribunal yesterday ,I was sick with worry & almost didn't go ! Having meet the members who went out or their way to make me feel comfortable, ( husband came to support me ) we were asked to wait out side the court, after 10/15 mins my Husband was called ack in to court &I was told I had been awarded 30 points ? Which I didn't understand,the usher went to see the Judge , who in turn came to see me & told me I had won my appeal ! To be honest at this time I was so tired it didn't sink in, and the award was forever.
Originally I had full mobility and the lower award for 3 years. I arrived home went to bed &a upon waking a few hours later not in so much pain , it suddenly came to me after a year of worrying it was over , And I had what I was entitled to. So Excited.
Thankyou to this site & detailed letter from my GP. I had been listen to . The Judge also said with over 300 pieces of evidence the most they had ever seen. My local Law Center had helped me as well.
Thankyou, Thankyou Thankyou. Great Site so helpful. :side: :
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My Tribunal Yesterday. 3 months 5 days ago #181998

Pink lady

That's terrific news, very pleased for you.

It usually takes the DWP 5-8 weeks to process a Tribunal result. I would give them a call next week to confirm that they have received the Decision Notice from the TS.

Gordon

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