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adamlathamsmith
adamlathamsmith Member Posts: 54 Connected
edited March 2020 in PIP, DLA, and AA
I have put a claim in for PIP and I am just waiting for the assignment to come but due to Vivus how will this work would it be a telephone call

Also I normally sleep in normal bed and I use the gym to help muscles mostly legs but due to virus gym are closing  and may get sore and  uncomfortable and may need disability bed to help me but I dont have money to get one
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