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Advice about PIP dates

fibro Member Posts: 3 Listener
edited January 2018 in PIP, DLA, and AA
i had full dla, then transfered to pip, lost mobility would not take any notice she actually said , this is pip not dla, any way they gave me lowest on everything till oct 2018  1 yr early i had to claim again a whole year i cant walk unaided, in my home aswell, i have i file with all my specialist letters they dont care, i am asking for help, the letter said 20 dec 2017, but been xmas i did not get letter untill after the new year, is it to late to ask them why going from that date please,



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