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Dla- about £500.00 per month worse off
Hello can you help me please in Jan 16 I had my benefits suspended as I couldn' make an assessent I had requested a home visit from a doctor at the last assessment after waiting for over 2 hours in chonic pain to be told right at the time of my appointment that as thier were only nurses on at the time and as I had had a stroke in the passed and needed to be seen by a doc I refused to go back and as I say requested a home visit from a Gp The Gp arrived but as my own go took too long in sending my notes to the tribunal I had to ask for a mandatory appeal I won it but was put on pip and I am now about £500.00 per month worse of It was only when I rang my bank as I wasn' managing my money very well it was explained too me that I was on a lot more money before my speak is this right and legal To be taken off FLA Nd put on PIP I' a bedbound lady and very seldom mobile I' in chonic pain on so much Medication To try and control it Can you tell me if thier is any way I can claim for a washing machine and bedding please Thank you Sandra
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