The best way to apply for a reconsideration is to write a letter to the DWP explaining why you disagree with the decision. You need to make sure that the DWP receives the letter within 1 month of the decision. The decision date is on your letter - it isn’t the date you received it.
Your decision letter will say that you can call the DWP to ask for a reconsideration. You can do this, but it is best to have everything in writing. If you’d prefer to call, make sure you follow up the call with a letter.
If you have already been through this process and had your MR turned down then the next step is to appeal to an independent panel, called a tribunal.
To be allowed to appeal to a tribunal, you’ll need:
DWP - PIP claimsTelephone: 0800 917 2222Textphone: 0800 917 7777Calling from abroad: +44 191 218 7766 Monday to Friday, 8am to 6pmFind out about call charges
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