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pip reinstated after tribunal

ally1402
ally1402 Member Posts: 3 Listener
sent for pip renewal assessment on 11th jan 2019 received letter 25th jan saying i was no longer intitled to pip had my tribunal today and won delighted!! been awarded daily living at standard rate and mobility at enhanced rate will they have to backdate it to 25th jan.

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  • poppy123456
    poppy123456 Member Posts: 31,129 Disability Gamechanger
    Hi,

    Great news. Your money will be backdated to the date it was stopped. Backdated money can take 8 weeks.
  • ally1402
    ally1402 Member Posts: 3 Listener
    thank you. Do you know if it is same for carers allowance also cant seem to find any info.
  • poppy123456
    poppy123456 Member Posts: 31,129 Disability Gamechanger
    If someone looks after you for at least 35 hours per week then they can claim carers allowance providing the other criteria apply.

    They'll need to wait for the PIP award to be put into place before claiming. Whether it's backdated or not will depend on their circumstances and what other benefits, if anything they claim but it is possible for it to be backdated.
  • ally1402
    ally1402 Member Posts: 3 Listener
    so it wont get backdated to when my pip was stopped?
  • poppy123456
    poppy123456 Member Posts: 31,129 Disability Gamechanger
    ally1402 said:
    so it wont get backdated to when my pip was stopped?
    I never said that. I said it depends on the persons circumstances. What benefits, if any they claim, do then work, if so how many hours. As you haven't given any information then it's impossible to answer your question.
  • atlas46
    atlas46 Member Posts: 826 Pioneering
    Hi @ally1402

    A very warm welcome.

    Great news that the Tribunal found in your favour.

    In respect of back payments and eligibility for other benefits, you should seek face to face advice from a welfare rights officer.

    An open forum like this, is not best placed to provide such advice.

    In the first instance, try your local CAB.

    Keep us informed.
  • poppy123456
    poppy123456 Member Posts: 31,129 Disability Gamechanger
    I disagree. For a simple question like this, a little more information and the correct advice can be given. A lot of people can't get to their local advice centre and rely alot on internet forums for this sort of thing. For more complex questions then yes visiting a local advice centre is always the better option.
  • atlas46
    atlas46 Member Posts: 826 Pioneering
    Hi @poppy123456

    I disagree.

    I refer you to Disability Rights UK, on gateway to other benefits, following award of PIP.

    Mobility - Standard.

    50%. discount on vehicle tax.
    Benefit cap exemption (HB and UC).
    Childcare costs earnings disregard (HB).
    Childcare element (WTC).
    Child amount, disabled child addition, lower rate (CTC).
    Disabled child element, disabled child rate (HB).
    Disabled worker element (HB).
    Disability premium.
    16-19 Bursary Fund.
    Student eligibility for income-related ESA and UC.

    Mobility - Enhanced.
    Exemption from vehicle tax.
    Motability.
    Driving license at age 16.

    Daily Living - Standard rate.
    Additional amount for severe disability (guarantee credit of pension credit).
    Benefit cap exemption (HB and UC).
    Carer’s allowance: carer test.
    Childcare costs earnings disregard (HB).
    Childcare amount, disabled child addition, lower rate (UC).
    Disabled child element, disabled child element (CTC).
    Disabled child premium (HB.
    Disabled worker element (WTC).
    Disability premium.
    Income support:carer’s eligibility.
    National insurance care’s credit.
    No non-dependant deductions (HB, ESA/IS/JSA/UC).
    Severe Disability premium.
    16-19 Bursary Fund.
    Student eligibility for income-related ESA and UC.

    Daily Living - Enhanced.
    Child amount, Disabled child addition, higher rate (UC).
    Disabled child element, severely disabled child rate (CTC).
    Enhanced Disability premium.
    Severe Disability element (WTC).

    Good luck with your notion that welfare rights advice, can be dispensed on an open forum like this.

    I will continue to advise members of this community to seek face to face, welfare rights advice.

  • poppy123456
    poppy123456 Member Posts: 31,129 Disability Gamechanger
    @atlas46 The question being asked is about carers allowance and not any other benefits. On this occasion we'll have to agree to disagree on this one, sorry. I gave my opinion and will leave it at.
  • Adrian_Scope
    Adrian_Scope Posts: 8,576 Scope online community team
    Hello @ally1402, really pleased you had a successful tribunal, that must be a huge relief! 
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  • pollyanna1052
    pollyanna1052 Member Posts: 2,032 Disability Gamechanger
    fabulous news....so pleased for you. Sent my claim in today x

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