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Appealing outcome

helenn
helenn Member Posts: 2 Listener
edited December 2019 in PIP, DLA, and AA
I did not have a face to face assessment as I'm on active treatment for cancer. My assessment report was done on doctors report and what my husband said on phone
 He told them I had gone shopping with my daughter (he didn't know how he was speaking to) when all I did was sit a wait in the car. I'm fuming with him as this information may have a disastrous effect.on the report. So I guess I will be appealing

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