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Confusing PIP report

Dodster Member Posts: 7 Listener
edited September 2018 in PIP, DLA, and AA

My wife has sent in her PIP .claim for and has recieved back DWp decision which no DLA but enhance rate on Mobility, which she agrred with. However when we read the 'My Decision' report it was very confusing, unclear and didn't make any sense at all; it also appear to have a lot of 'Cut & Pasting' which made it very difficult to follow,  and  coud not understand what they were trying to convey. some of their comments were totally wrong.

We call DWP and explained concerns about the report and they said we need to make a Mandatory Reconsideratio, which we did, even though we said we were happy with their decision.

3 weeks later we get reply and they have now taken everything away. it appears that DWP can override a medicailaiiy trained Assessors decision. In their report they said we didn't provide any further evidence, but we didn't think we need too as we only wanted a revised report.

Now we have to go through the Appeal porocess due to the ignorance of DWP.

Any thoughts please 



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