Scope community team
It is important to know that when you ask for a Mandatory
reconsideration the whole of your claim will be looked at again. This means that PIP can decide that you
should get the same award, a reduced award or no award at all.
When you do ask for a Mandatory Reconsideration it may be
worth saying that you are happy with the standard daily living award. This will not stop PIP looking again at the award
but at least you have made it clear that you are not disputing this award.
Have you seen all the PIP descriptors and points? These can be found on the AdviceNow tool detailed above by Chris from Scope.
It is worth looking at these to see if for example anxiety
is causing you to avoid going out of your home in addition to any physical problems. If it is purely physical problems then to obtain
enhanced rate mobility you will need to persuade PIP that you are unable to
walk for more than 20 metres. Is this the
case? And was this the distance you stated on the tick box for mobility on the
PIP application form? If so repeat that this maximum walking distance on your Mandatory Reconsideration request.