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Hi, my name is diane_9!

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diane_9
diane_9 Community member Posts: 1 Listener
hi im diane i suffer from fibromyalgia .osteoarthritus .panic attacks im on loads of med a d i was turned down for pip mobility had my car taken off me october 2016 i had face to face assessment which a load of lies was told .put in for mandatory reconsideration it came back the same wording and everything i had 9 yrs mobility at higher rate i scored 4 on pip i took it to tribunal on july 4th they ran 45 mins late and i finally got seen and got 10 mins which they adjourned for further medical evidence going back to 2015 so waiting for a date now to go back for the hearing now the medical evidence has been recieved by them 
has anyone had a adjournment and what was the outcome xz

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  • CockneyRebel
    CockneyRebel Community member Posts: 5,209 Disability Gamechanger
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    Hello and welcome Diane
    Unfortunately, "misrepresentations " are not uncommon in HCP reports.
    MR's are seldom successful usually, as you found , they are rubberstamped.
    Each case is different but an adjournment to get additional evidence means that they are looking carefully at the evidence. I would see this as positive. I have heard of cases when this has happened and the judge has made a decision based on the evidence only, without a new hearing. It is out of your hands for now so try and relax
    If you need any other help please let us know

    CR 
    Be all you can be, make  every day count. Namaste
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