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Dwp take 10k pounds of personal injury compensation but the declare fit wor work.

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  • MarkM88
    MarkM88 Member Posts: 3,130 Connected
    I think more information is needed first. 
  • MarkM88
    MarkM88 Member Posts: 3,130 Connected
    I don’t think we need any more information at all. 

    Well personally I’d of wanted more information to provide an answer. 

    You can do as you please. 
  • Tori_Scope
    Tori_Scope Posts: 9,540 Scope online community team
    Hi @boristheblonde :) Has the above information helped? 
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  • Adrian_Scope
    Adrian_Scope Posts: 8,576 Scope online community team
    I don't believe @MarkN88 was saying anything was wrong or inaccurate in your post, but you dismissed his reply saying he would need more information to answer, so he was replying to that.

    I'll be honest, while I agree lots could be gleaned and some advice given just on the few words in the question, I would have wanted more information to reply too. While the facts remain the same, it can help to know more about the situation and whether the poster is talking about themselves or a news article or a friend of a friends' mum's sister. It can help tailor the response and not only give the facts as you've laid out, but offer support and understanding.
    My reply to someone asking because they've just read about it in a newspaper article would be somewhat different to someone finding themselves in this situation.
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  • boristheblonde
    boristheblonde Posts: 65 Listener
    Typing things on a mobile phone is not easy.
    I wasnt drunk when i made this statement/ question.
    Itsba question the tribunal are indeed very interested in.
  • MarkM88
    MarkM88 Member Posts: 3,130 Connected
    edited March 2021
    MarkN88 said:
    I don’t think we need any more information at all. 

    Well personally I’d of wanted more information to provide an answer. 

    You can do as you please. 
    So what specifically, as presumably an expert in this area, do you think was missing? What do I or we need to know in order to correct the likely inaccuracies in my post?
    As per Adrians post. 

    Just so you know Mike, I don’t need your permission to ask questions or ask for more information. 

    Neither was I saying you couldn’t answer on what information was provided. 

    Where did I say I was an expert? Oh, I didn’t!

    End of. 
  • boristheblonde
    boristheblonde Posts: 65 Listener
    When poverty hits especially because you cant work.
    Yet i feel there is alot more to add.
    Its difficult when your brain is still answering other question. 
    Generally for the answer comes much too late.
  • boristheblonde
    boristheblonde Posts: 65 Listener
    Another issue i have is explaining the spending of the remains of the personal injury comp.
    Which was less than 16k so i think im ok?
  • boristheblonde
    boristheblonde Posts: 65 Listener
    Thread hijacked.

  • MarkM88
    MarkM88 Member Posts: 3,130 Connected
    I just asked for more information and got pounced on. 
  • MarkM88
    MarkM88 Member Posts: 3,130 Connected
    The point I’m trying to make is I am allowed to respond to threads and ask questions or for more information. I don’t need to ask your permission like you seem to think I do. 
  • Adrian_Scope
    Adrian_Scope Posts: 8,576 Scope online community team
    edited March 2021
    I wanted to update on our decision to close this thread.
    I think a lot of confusion occurred during the course of this discussion and a lot of hostility that I frankly feel was unnecessary and completely avoidable. Whatever you believe this forum to be, it ultimately exists to provide support for a diverse group of people and there is no need for simple conversations to deteriorate into bickering and accusations.

    I hope it is felt that the original query has been answered, but feel free to make a new thread if there are further questions.
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