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Can I request another assessment for pip as the atos report was full of lies
Hello,I'm looking for information on atos reports as I received my partner report and unsurprisingly found it full of lies and incorrect information DWP went word for word of the assessor report which is the second assessment he had due to atos "missing information" from his first, the report contains nothing about his mental health and said he wasn't receiving and support or treatment but put he was receiving counselling for alcohol ( which he isn't it's for his mental health) said his mempry was amazing yet states our son is 9 months old which he isnt,he cant coom meals for his self he forgets hea cooking often burms it or his self hes also left the gas on without it beem lit thinking he was cookong i doubt we can ask for another decision basied on the same report he scored no points would he be able to get a new one or would he have to start a new claim? They owe 26 weeks worth of money up to now if he gets it
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