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PIP assessment horrors
Hi I've been on dla for 6 year and recently changed my claim as my illness got worse from mental anxiety to ticks Tourette's so I had to put in for pip I went to an accessor I got my results and turned me down he was laughing at me in the room looking at my soninlaw to laugh too with tics my husband rand asos and they sent me a copy of my results to my horror he put everything down wrong saying I could raise my ledges up when on my back I never got on the couch says I can prepare meals I told him my husband sees to that say I plan journey say I can walk 200 mts say I can crouch which I can't cause had spinal surgery say I can put my arms behind my back which is untrue as I'm waiting on op on right shoulder I've been so tearfull at the lies and if he hadn't done this I would still get pip help I know it will go to tribunal he was only a nurse my husband said what people do this they say can be nurse or midwife how do they know my mental state my doctor even wrote me a letter which cost me £15 I will fight this all the way
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