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Dont give up, MR passed . thank you Poppy, Wilko, Cristobal

Jade08 Member Posts: 27 Connected
edited June 2019 in PIP, DLA, and AA
Hello thank you to everyone especially Poppy Wilko and Crisotbal, (sorry if i missed someone )  but I received a letter this morning to say I will get the correct Mobility rate. 
It has taken 13 weeks for my MR, I was told 6 weeks then 10 weeks but due to family bereavement I stopped ringing. 

I have been been awarded the correct award.  Poppy, when I first did my claim back in December you were correct in that we must give examples how each descriptor effect us. Thank you

Wilko and Cristobal thank you for your help during my MR. 
When I had my report there was so many things missing that the assessor missed out hence i had to go through MR path. My partner wrote a letter and my GP wrote a report in which she stated that primary health conditions were missed off and also the assessor wrote I have angina that i can manage but I do not have this condition.      

The Case Manager from the DWP has written details everything correctly how she got to the correct award..She has also stated that I should consider sending a compliant to the assessor, Had her previous report been done correctly I would have not needed to go down the MR path.   This has caused alot stress but to been honest I just want to relax now. 

Thank you once again for all support  , Dont give up



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