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PIP! Please somebody help me

fedupaPIP
fedupaPIP Member Posts: 7 Listener
edited April 2018 in PIP, DLA, and AA
I wish to make a complaint to pip
im so sick n tired of being given the run around
Xmas 2016 I was rushed into hospital with pneumonia and sepsis
long story short my kids were told to plan my funeral
anyway managed to recover eventually came outta hospital and had myopathy which I was told I'd recover from not true 
anyway at the time I came out I was on high rate care low rate mobility
we tried to claim higher rate mobility to get me an easier way to travel and be able to park without fines
they instead sent out a so called expert they reduced my careers to medium rate in March  last year
i suffer with tremendous depression I now have ptss
i won my case recently but the judge has misdated it il go into why at a later date
pip didn't send me no letters telling me what was going on I found out by ringing to find when they were paying my backdate
theres no comunication
ever since I've gone onto pip nothing but fights n no cooperation from there side I'm so so sick of it I'm constantly I'll from all the worry

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