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Won my PIP tribunal - what happens next?

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3142victoria
3142victoria Community member Posts: 2 Listener
edited April 2018 in PIP, DLA, and AA
Hi. I've won my tribunal appeal for pip.  Which means I've been granted the daily living allowance. They say from 0ct17 -sept 20 What happens next ?   Will I receive the backdated allowance ? And any idea how long this takes ? 

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  • peterpete
    peterpete Community member Posts: 37 Courageous
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    If you won your appeal all backdated money will be payed into your account depends when the payment office sends it
  • 3142victoria
    3142victoria Community member Posts: 2 Listener
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    Ok great thanks for your help 
  • blivesey4453
    blivesey4453 Community member Posts: 5 Listener
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    Hi i am new here, i had my tribunal date on the 1st of May this year i didnt even have to go in, the panel had read my papers and said that i should never have been taken off pip.
    This morning 14/5/2018 i recieved a phone call from them, telling me the money will be paid into my account within the next few days backdated to 7/4/2014 so i only waited 2 weeks from my appeal date
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