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Oscar1234
Oscar1234 Community member Posts: 21 Listener
Hi I have had my.statement today it shows no.lwrca no extra payment im in 4th assessment period my first sick note was 9th June and my statement date is 9th just come ealier cause weekend I get paid on 13th so.im.sure im in 4th month 
It's Reay stressing g me out causing me to be so stressed 

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  • Oscar1234
    Oscar1234 Community member Posts: 21 Listener
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    Hi Annamarie, 
    
    3 full assessment periods must be served from the date you were awarded Limited capability for work and work-related activity (8th June 2023) before the extra payable health element is included in your entitlement. 
  • Oscar1234
    Oscar1234 Community member Posts: 21 Listener
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    Thats the last message I had off them 
  • chiarieds
    chiarieds Community member Posts: 16,103 Disability Gamechanger
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    Hi @Oscar1234 - previously you said your first fit note was in May, yet now it seems it was 8th June, which makes a difference.
    If your first fit note was 9th June, then the 3 full assessment periods would be Jul-Aug, Aug-Sept & Sept-Oct, with the LCWRA element added for your assessment period 7 Oct -6 Nov, which will be paid on 13 Nov.
  • Oscar1234
    Oscar1234 Community member Posts: 21 Listener
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    Oh ok yes so I was on sick on 8th May but my first sick note to uc not my maneger was June so its next month then omg this so confusing thank u for reply

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