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Awarded standard rate mobility at a pip tribunal
Hi, my wife is disabled, she has had polio since she was a child and has always had to use 2 crutches to move around, when we originally applied for pip she was awarded 4 points for moving around, we requested a mandatory reconsideration as my wife now uses a wheelchair, and was awarded 10 points stating she can walk aided from 20 to 50 meters,we have attended a tribunal who upheld the DWP decision and awarded 10 points for moving around, however my wife struggles to walk between 10-15 meters when using crutches in door and when going out she uses her wheelchair, I did not provide any medical evidence as my GP only provided a basic medical records showing the the dates of attending the gp and reason for visiting her gp, would I be eligible to reapply for pip and have my wife reassessed with her Current situation or is it a losing battle?