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Won PIP appeal but told to make a new claim
Hi all , this is my first post hopefully its in the right place . I recieved a renew claims form from the DWP last March last year and stated nothing had changed and went through an 15 minute assessment that was lies , lies and more lies by the assesor I was turned down . Like hundreds of people i appealed the decision and won the appeal and the award was back dated up until the end of this month. This morning i have recieved a letter saying i need to make a new claim for PIP. The past 12 months have been so stressful and anxiety has gone through the roof with it all . Surely i havent got to go through all the rigmarole of providing evidence and assements again this year when they already have it and the courts judgement went in my favour . Is it the case when you win an appeal that you have to make a new claim again ? any advice would be very appreciated ..
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