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TOPIC: Benefits and Work Request for GP comment form

Benefits and Work Request for GP comment form 5 days 1 hour ago #214754

Dear B&W I've just become a member and have been looking at your excellent resources for PIP. Re: the Request for GP comment form, is the idea that you get your GP to fill this in and then you submit it, with the template cover letter, to the DWP as supporting evidence with your claim? With thanks.

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Benefits and Work Request for GP comment form 5 days 1 hour ago #214758

TT

Welcome to the forum, you might want to have a look at the following FAQ which explain where everything is

Welcome to Benefits and Work

Yes you give it to your GP but discuss it with them first to make sure that they are willing to complete the form and to find the best way for them to understand your problems so they can effectively complete it.

Gordon

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Benefits and Work Request for GP comment form 4 days 23 hours ago #214765

Thanks for this Gordon. So it is OK to submit the form and cover letter as completed by the GP to the DWP as part of supporting evidence (providing the GP has filled it in accurately of course)?

Thanks, TT.

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Benefits and Work Request for GP comment form 2 days 9 hours ago #214789

TabbyTom wrote: Thanks for this Gordon. So it is OK to submit the form and cover letter as completed by the GP to the DWP as part of supporting evidence (providing the GP has filled it in accurately of course)?

Thanks, TT.


It's entirely up to you what you submit with your claim. :)

Gordon

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