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P.I.P

busterdog6
busterdog6 Member Posts: 5 Listener
Hi..I was awarded the daily living component of p.i.p but am now taking this to a tribunal..it is so contradictive as I was awarded alot of daily living points, which all involved my lack of mobility etc and aids I have had to have put in my home to help me but yet my mobility is fine,  I also asked for a 2nd opinion when I applied for a blue badge as the first 'professional who assessed me was such a liar..and no way was I having that, so since been awarded blue badge for 3yrs without mobility side of P.I.P..but yes am fighting that..so please don't let these people win..I am a 48yr old woman and this is the last thing I thought I would be fighting for, but nobody is going to insinuate I am a liar..so please fight on xx

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