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Pip admit fault but no change
I had a PIP assessment done in 2017 I come for my review this year and they sent me all the evidence from 2017 I found that the health professional had stated I was not on medication at the time even though the DWP had all my prescriptions on file it didn’t state this on my award letter from 2017 so would not have been able to appeal this I rang the Dwp on the 24th of February and pointed this out to them and ask for a justification the Case manager said to me but they were sorry they had overlooked my medication and I would need prompting but because of the time pass would not go back and rectify the problem that Dwp have tried to blame this on me because I did not appeal this but without the supplementary report I would not know what Advice They had been given has anyone any ideas on what to do I’ve gone through the complaints process and they have told me to appeal I wrote to my MP and I’m awaiting a response
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