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Denied PIP Claim. 2nd successful application and a successful tribunal result. What happens now.
hi,i first pt in a claim for pip in august 2016, this claim was denied so i appealled. the claim was then sent to the tribunal. inbetween i again claimed pip which was awarded but with no mobility element, this was backdated to 16 feb 2017. i have just recieved the letter from the tribunal saying they have overturned the dwp decision and awarde me the daily living allowance and high rate mobility component from august 2016, what will happen now please?
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