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Advice about telephone appointment
Hi everyone, I'm in need of some help and advice please, my pip tribunal appeal appointment was cancelled due to Covid-19, but received a letter today saying my appeal will now be carried out via telephone, I was very nervous about the original hearing, but feel even more anxious about the telephone one, has anyone got any help or advice about a telephone tribunal, I have read dwolf94's post which was a great success, I'm worried about how can I succeed in mine. The Atos HP made me feel like I am a liar, taking what i said and then ignoring it, even taking written evidence I had supplied and stating something completely different in their report, the Musculoskeletal examination seems to be a complete work of fantasy. My telephone appointment is on 14th April 2020 any help or advice would be greatly appreciated.
Thanks in advance.
Thanks in advance.
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