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Notice after pip tribunal
Hi folks, I'm reaching out because I have a question about pip tribunal decisions. Basically I had my tribunal just this Monday and after being torn apart, asked a question then they stopped me answering several times and accused of being a liar for almost 90 minutes I got a decision later on that day over the phone. I won even though I didnt get what I was expecring, however....and this is the part I don't get. The letter that came the day later (white envelope) stated that I was awarded standard mobility and that I was only to receive payment from Jan 2018 until Jan 2019. As I stated before, I just had my tribunal just this Monday ( 03/06/2019) plus it didn't say anything about any future payments or how long I would be in receipt. Is this normal?? Should I have been given a back payment for the full 18 months that I had to wait for the tribunal) and should it have said how long i would be in reciept of pip?
Notice after pip tribunal 1 vote
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