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can enyone tell me do y I appealing pip becose thsy stop it will I get payed enythink or have I got to wait it  I am do mantallty and emotionally drained I fill like giveing up and just leve it it been going on 2years now

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  • lisabrazil80
    lisabrazil80 Member Posts: 94 Connected
    how long will.I have to wait now to it go to court enyone no wen I got my M.R letter today and it say I got turned down again y r thay makeing so hard for people who r ill and can not cope going tho all of this again I so upset what do I need to do now enyone can tell me please
  • poppy123456
    poppy123456 Member Posts: 31,323 Disability Gamechanger
    Hi,

    Your next step is Tribunal and you'll need to fill out the SSCS1 form and make sure you send a copy of the MR decision letter with the form, otherwise your appeal will be refused.

    Tribunal hearing dates can take many months. There's huge backlogs all over the country and some are waiting 7 months and more.

    If you don't currently have a PIP award then there will be no money paid. If you do have a PIP award then you'll continue to be paid while waiting for your Tribunal.

    If you're unsure what you need to do then i'd advice you ring your local CAB and ask for an appointment for help with the next step.

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