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TOPIC: PIP

PIP 1 year 1 month ago #204278

Many thanks for all your help in my transfer from FLA to PIP.
I have been to two tribunals in the past ten years & have been successful both times. I was dreading the brown envelope arriving & actually felt sick as I picked it from the doormat. I then worried for a while about phoning to apply. My letter arrived to arrange my interview for assessment. Another period of continuous worry !
My assessment was fine , the lady was lovely. Finally my decision letter arrived last week and I was awarded higher in each category.
The delight was emence. I only know that as I got older the more I felt like running away this time & just giving up.
I think that I may have had it not been for family & the huge support from W& B. I still cannot quite believe that I have no mo r worry for at least ten years.
Keep going all you that have to apply. We must not be bullied.
Thanks again. Chritine.
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PIP 1 year 1 month ago #204288

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I'm very pleased for you, well done.

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