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Hi, I'm Chris0909! Do PIP DMs run off report, or make decision themselves after seeing report?

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Chris0909 Community member Posts: 11 Connected
edited February 2021 in PIP, DLA, and AA
I'm new here and have few questions if anyone could help and ty in advance..
I've been fighting pip for over a year now and just had an accessment done on 11th Feb...  I've just received a copy off the report and it states that I'm awarded 19 points for daily living  and 20 points for mobility and it says 2 years. 

My question is do the pip decision makers run off the capitia report or do they make the decision themselves after they get the report?

For people wondering I got these points for mental health anxiety depression 
And degeneration of the disc and prolapse disc in lower back 

Thank you again if someone answers and thank you for reading this much appreciated ? 

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