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Right to appeal disallowed

aspiecharles
aspiecharles Member Posts: 5 Listener
I have had my right to appeal to the tribunal re my pip assessment decision disallowed. I don't know what to do next . can anyone help.
Thank you.

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  • iza
    iza Community Co-Production Group Posts: 522 Pioneering
    Hi @aspiecharles

    Welcome to the community. I will ask @BenefitsTrainingCo to advise you on your aspect. Please help here @BenefitsTrainingCo
    They will be in touch very soon. 

    Believe me you are not alone here. 

    There are few more post with  similar request of new people joining the community. 

    I hope you will be professionally advised here soon. 

    Have a nice weekend. 

    Iza 
  • aspiecharles
    aspiecharles Member Posts: 5 Listener
    Thank you very much Iza for your kind help. Much appreciated.
    very best wishes.  Charles.
  • aspiecharles
    aspiecharles Member Posts: 5 Listener
    Hello, my name is aspiecharles I think I put my question in the wrong section. 
    I live in st mawes cornwall uk. I have fibromyalgia, chronic fatigue, asthma, post heart bypass and aspergers. I was an artist but don't paint much now.  I would llike to meet new friends here.
  • Alex
    Alex Scope Posts: 1,305 Pioneering
    Hi aspiecharles,

    Welcome to the community. I've moved your question into the benefits advisor category.
  • BenefitsTrainingCo
    BenefitsTrainingCo Member Posts: 2,628 Pioneering
    Hi aspiecharles

    The first thing to do if you are not happy with a decision made by a first tier tribunal is to ask for the written statement of reasons. You usually must do this within one month. It is only in a minority of cases that you can challenge the decision further and only where there is an error of law made by the tribunal. This almost certainly will require the help of a specialist adviser and i strongly suggest you contact a local advice service. The Scope helpline should be able to help point you in the right direction.

    David
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  • aspiecharles
    aspiecharles Member Posts: 5 Listener
    Hi David. 
    Thank you for your advice. It was the DWP decision maker who had said in his response to the tribunal that he requested  my appeal be disallowed.  I have discovered since that this is the usual response by DWP and is nothing to worry about as it is almost always ignored by the courts.

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