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laura7laura7 Member Posts: 9 Connected
Hello, I’m new here! I have some questions if I may? 
•How many times have you applied for pip??
•Has anyone else been to court and didn’t get it?? 
•How many times have people applied/ appealed?? 
•who is the best person to help you with your forms/ court trail?? 
This is my 4th year and i am so tired, but know i am genuine. 

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  • poppy123456poppy123456 Member Posts: 22,218 Disability Gamechanger
    Hi,

    To constantly re-apply using the same evidence you previously used will very likely see you being refused each time.

    You can be genuine and have a disability but if those descriptors don't apply to you then you won't score the points for an award.

    Have you ever sent any evidence to support your claim? If you have, what evidence have you sent?

    This link will help you know what's in your are for help. https://advicelocal.uk/

    Proud winner of the 2019 empowering others award. This award was given for supporting disabled people and their families for the benefit advice I have given to members here on the community.
  • Kay54Kay54 Member Posts: 5 Listener
    Sometimes it better just to accept 
    what you have been awarded rather than loose it that’s what I did.
  • YadnadYadnad Posts: 2,856 Member
    Kay54 said:
    Sometimes it better just to accept 
    what you have been awarded rather than loose it that’s what I did.
    Sometimes it is better to accept that after 4 refusals you just don't qualify?
  • laura7laura7 Member Posts: 9 Connected
    Hi,

    To constantly re-apply using the same evidence you previously used will very likely see you being refused each time.

    You can be genuine and have a disability but if those descriptors don't apply to you then you won't score the points for an award.

    Have you ever sent any evidence to support your claim? If you have, what evidence have you sent?

    This link will help you know what's in your are for help. https://advicelocal.uk/


  • laura7laura7 Member Posts: 9 Connected
    Thank you for this x
  • laura7laura7 Member Posts: 9 Connected
    Yadnad said:
    Kay54 said:
    Sometimes it better just to accept 
    what you have been awarded rather than loose it that’s what I did.
    Sometimes it is better to accept that after 4 refusals you just don't qualify?

  • laura7laura7 Member Posts: 9 Connected
    I have never been awarded it, so I am not losing anything 
  • laura7laura7 Member Posts: 9 Connected
    Yadnad said:
    Kay54 said:
    Sometimes it better just to accept 
    what you have been awarded rather than loose it that’s what I did.
    Sometimes it is better to accept that after 4 refusals you just don't qualify?
    Yadnad said:
    Kay54 said:
    Sometimes it better just to accept 
    what you have been awarded rather than loose it that’s what I did.
    Sometimes it is better to accept that after 4 refusals you just don't qualify?
    Yadnad said:
    Kay54 said:
    Sometimes it better just to accept 
    what you have been awarded rather than loose it that’s what I did.
    Sometimes it is better to accept that after 4 refusals you just don't qualify?
    Yadnad said:
    Kay54 said:
    Sometimes it better just to accept 
    what you have been awarded rather than loose it that’s what I did.
    Sometimes it is better to accept that after 4 refusals you just don't qualify?

  • laura7laura7 Member Posts: 9 Connected
    I am a genuine person who struggles on a daily bases, so why should I give up?? 
  • haveacigarhaveacigar Member Posts: 16 Courageous
    laura7 said:
    I am a genuine person who struggles on a daily bases, so why should I give up?? 
    @laura7 I believe @Yadnad is speaking about his own personal experience not yours. Good luck.
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