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Hi I had a cut on finger back in October 5 it got infected and I was hospitalised for 4 weeks I lost my job in sewage plant where I was receiving £820 a week wage I claimed pip and went for assessment and was awarded standard amounts on 24th February but was told I lost the firs3 months as it came under rta road traffic accident I have no idea why it was a paper cut nothing whatsoever to do with roads,traffic ect when I claimed I was told to fill form in and send back Asa’s which I did same day as your claim is taken from the date you first claimed to be told no you lose the first three months it seems they are in control of this as they set the dates themselves from the time of claiming and the time if they’re reply which doesn’t make sense as from 5th October 2919 untill I received a payment on24/02/2020 is 4 months I only received universal credit all of the time £111 a fortnight and I used this in and out of hospital bus fares taxi fare and so on
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