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Pips

Hi folks, i.have accessment.at home this Tuesday! On Friday morning i noticed a car in the middle off the road.when we came out to the car it drove off. It went to the left whilst we headed into town. The car showed ip.at the supermarket we go.to,it reversing a disabled spot we parked my hubby got trolley.a d o was leaning on it the car drive off!  Now at another car park.I was getting a card and stopped for wool.had to sit down.due to tiredness and pain. When I got back to car hubby said same car came into that car park parked in disabled spot he drove out after i got into car. He never got out off car to get parking ticket!.
  My movements are slow i need both knees replaced the right is the worse and arthritis in various stages theistic chest. Lymphedema in right arm,had the all clear with cancer but chemo has left its toll on me and radiation burns. Anytime i am out i am exhausted ..oh i have addisons,post traumatic stress,emphysema and I never smok ed. Has anyone else experienced this.



Comments

  • wilko
    wilko Member Posts: 2,457 Disability Gamechanger
    It looks as if somebody was watching you to either report you as a benefit claiment committing fraud. But this has nothing to do with yoir PIP acssacessment. When you have had your acessment leave a week then phone and request a copy of your acessment report this will give you an insight as to what your award may, should be but you still have to wait until the official award notification letter to come, the decision makers mostly go by the report recommendations.
  • cara
    cara Member Posts: 21 Listener
    Wilko many thanks. I thought that I am 65 in may.I.get contribution ESA due to arthritis and multiple illnesses and the aftermath off chemo and radiation burns and chemo brain!.

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