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tinka1992 Member Posts: 97 Connected
Hi I got declined for pip only award 4 points because the lady at assment said I was on low dose medication ect I put my mr apeal in June how long is the wait time itis so stress full waiting making my mental health worse I have sent all medcail evidence in always my worker notice alot of errors she had put or should I say lies like she ticked I dont take medication but write in there am.on low dose 

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  • tinka1992
    tinka1992 Member Posts: 97 Connected
    Sorry I dont know if I put this on the right one 
  • poppy123456
    poppy123456 Member Posts: 31,407 Disability Gamechanger

    There's no time scales for any decision then guideline for the MR is about 10 weeks, some receive a decision in less than that, some take longer. It depends on backlog in your area.

    Most MR decisions remain the same so it's very likely you'll have to take it to Tribunal. Waiting times for Tribunal across most of the country is huge and some are waiting as long as 1 year for a hearing date. I'm afraid it can be a very lengthy process.
  • pcoventry
    pcoventry Member Posts: 149 Pioneering
    What's the poll for ? is anyone else confused? 
  • tinka1992
    tinka1992 Member Posts: 97 Connected
    Poll isn't for anything I must done the wrong post lol and thanks tribual hear around 1year wait sometimes I think I should just give up fighting this pip thing 


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