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Welshchick
Welshchick Member Posts: 2 Listener
I asked for the Statement of Teasons from my tribunal appeal and I am so shocked to see what they have written !!! It says in many places that I am not credible !! Yes they are saying I am lying to which I am not happy about !
the 1 Judge has also said I am a liar concerning where I had treatment at my dental hospital and said that I would have had to climb stairs/steps . I know that would have been impossible as I am on 2 crutches all the time which they acknowledged themselves in writing when they changed me from standard to enhanced on Daily Activities .
i have a photo that states my treatment room is indeed on the ground floor and she is wrong !!!! 
I did make an error myself but only realised this when my memory jogged my brain concerning this whole event .
it took 10months for my appeal and took a lot out of me and I just don’t know if I can do this again !!!!! 
They even disbelieved my surgeon who gave a letter in evidence and a support letter from my doctor !!! 

Comments

  • poppy123456
    poppy123456 Member Posts: 31,154 Disability Gamechanger
    Hi,

    From here you now need to find that error in law.

    What error was it that you made as you don't mention that in the above post.
  • Yadnad
    Yadnad Posts: 2,856 Connected
    I asked for the Statement of Teasons from my tribunal appeal and I am so shocked to see what they have written !!! It says in many places that I am not credible !! Yes they are saying I am lying to which I am not happy about !
    the 1 Judge has also said I am a liar concerning where I had treatment at my dental hospital and said that I would have had to climb stairs/steps . I know that would have been impossible as I am on 2 crutches all the time which they acknowledged themselves in writing when they changed me from standard to enhanced on Daily Activities .
    i have a photo that states my treatment room is indeed on the ground floor and she is wrong !!!! 
    I did make an error myself but only realised this when my memory jogged my brain concerning this whole event .
    it took 10months for my appeal and took a lot out of me and I just don’t know if I can do this again !!!!! 
    They even disbelieved my surgeon who gave a letter in evidence and a support letter from my doctor !!! 
    Not credible, not trustworthy lacking integrity - I've had all that in the past. The Judge in my wife's AA claim described me as all of the above  and to top it all described me in his verbal summing up saying that I was a drug dealer!!!! Seriously!!

    The following day my wife made a fresh claim for AA and within weeks she was awarded it at the night & day rate. So much for the tribunal.

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