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So today I received a letter from PIP stating that i cant claim daily or mobility and they gave me no points for daily and 4 for mobility...They never mentioned the multiple panic attacks i had in front of the assessor and the fact that i was struggling to catch my breath and relying on mu crutch to get me to and from the offices and buildings to attend meeting...This is really stressing me out and evety question they asked me on daily and mobility they put thr complete opposite down of what i was saying...My foot is in an extreme amount of pain and they bypassed that telling me i was struggling at all and as for my bipolar and ocd,anxiety they said i was fine when in fact I was in my mania mood so i was very hyperactive and talkative and rambling on...I really dont know what to do because I cannot work and my physiotherapist said i could claim PIP before she left to go to another job and this has really pushed me to the edge...Please help me??
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