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5 years 6 months ago #223458 by poppeyred
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Hi Gordon, my daughter has mental health problems and previously got PIP standard daily living allowance which had been awarded to her by the Tribunal for 3 years. In just under 2 years the DWP decided to review it and as per the usual she failed after the dishonest atos assessment. So had the benefit taken away from her on 1st May 2018. The decision makers really messed up and I don't even think they looked at the paper work properly. I helped her with the appeal and using your very helpful guides. It has been a tremendous worry and has really been hard on my daughter and made her conditions worse. But I was amazed at the Tribunal panel this morning, in particular the Judge was so down to earth. It has restored my faith in mankind!. We got real Justice in the end with enhanced daily living and enhanced mobility!. So people Never give up with this very unfair system.

Many Thanks Gordon and benefits and work.
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5 years 6 months ago #223467 by Gordon
Replied by Gordon on topic Won PIP Tribunal today!.
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That is a really great way to end the year, well done to you and your daughter, congratulations.

It usually takes the DWP 5-8 weeks to process a Tribunal result, I would give the DWP a call to make sure that they have received the Decision Notice.

Gordon

Tags: @RESULT @PIP @APPEAL

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5 years 6 months ago #223493 by Valerie
Replied by Valerie on topic Won PIP Tribunal today!.
That is good news for you .....however, for the past few years my son has had to go to tribunals to win his PIP appeals....the last one was again in his favour .....however few months later the DWP or whatever they call them, decided to stop it ...up till then I hadn’t been aware they could do this ....what is the point of going through a tribunal only for it to be stopped as and when they see fit .....his doctor is furious with them
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