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PIPHONE Apeal Process

JasmineWalker91
JasmineWalker91 Member Posts: 2 Listener
JUST WANTED TO KNOW WHEN SENDING AND POSTING THE PIP FORM  FOR AN  APPEAL DO YOU HAVE TO DEFINITELY SEND MEDICAL EVIDENCE TO BACK UP YOUR APPEAL ALONG WITH THE PIP APPEAL FORM  OR CAN YOU SEND IT LATER AND IF SO WHEN AND IN WHAT PART OF THE PIP APPEAL PROCESS, CAN YOU BE SPECIFIC WITH WHAT PART OF THE  PIP  PROCESS THAT IS BY NAMING IT. ANYBODY WHO READS THIS PLEASE GET BACK TO ME STRAIGHT AWAY AS THIS AN URGENT NEEDED ANSWER AND PLEASE BE EXACTLY CLEAR AND DETAILED IN YOUR ANSWER NOT VAGUE.   TODAY'S DATE SATURDAY 28TH JULY 2018

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  • JasmineWalker91
    JasmineWalker91 Member Posts: 2 Listener
    SORRY  STUPID MISTAKE MISTYPED TITLE MENT  TO BE PIP APPEAL PROCESS  INSTEAD 
  • poppy123456
    poppy123456 Member Posts: 31,239 Disability Gamechanger
    HI,

    It's very difficult to read your questions because you have caps lock on.

    No, you do not need send evidence to the Tribunal when you send the SSCS1 for off. You only have 28 to send that form so you must make sure it arrives within that time. You're appeal hearing will take many months, as long as the evidence is sent to arrive 10 days before the hearing date then that's fine. Not sure what you mean by naming the part of the process though.

    DWP also send them everything you've sent to support your claim. Good luck.

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