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Outcome Pip and esa

shazier
shazier Member Posts: 82 Courageous
edited October 2018 in PIP, DLA, and AA
Firslty i would like to thank everyone for all the advise and help that i have received.
I have recently had my pip and esa renewals both with a good outcome.
My esa  result was no further assessments and my pip i have for another 3 yrs, I have escaped the dreaded face to face on both.
My pip form this time was the tick box which i ticked no change on all expecting,  to have a face to face.I am in shock still, i cant believe this is all over for another 3 yrs.
I was however shocked at how they made there decision. Their decision was based on evidence they already had and also my recent esa renewal. I didnt think they took esa into consideration but in my case this time they have. MY gp filled out a esa113 form which went in my favour giving me, a no further assessment needed
Although this is a good result for me,  i am wondering if, i should put in a mandatory reconsideration form in for my pip. My health conditions are never going to get better and feel 3 yrs should of been longer.
My question is, am i best leaving the decision as it is and could putting a mandatory for the length of time be a big mistake.

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