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cathie Member Posts: 143 Courageous
edited November 2017 in PIP, DLA, and AA
I didn't turn up to pip assessment I keep telling these people I'm not able to walk without servere discomfort  and pain g.p wrote to them pain clinic put it in writing upped my meds   ten fold last spinal nerve injection left me far worse   than ever bad enough before  not only  have I been called a lair but been put back on e.s.a. work related  saying when your well enough can talk about finding you work 2004 got hit by a car three times if I am not fit for work 13 years later why am I in this work related my mobility is next to none yet I'm not getting any help with mobility is this correct . 
Only me .. cathie..


  • loopyt
    loopyt Member Posts: 80 Courageous
    Hi Cathie, did you know about the assessment? Did you ask for a home appointment? If your GP has offered support could someone from the surgery call them on your behalf and ask for them to rearrange a new appointment but at home? If not then I would call your MP's secretary who may be able to help? This is so awful for you and I fully understand how stressful this is which also affects your health. 


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