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How long do I wait to request PIP report, and who do I request it from?

Gobbygirl66 Member Posts: 26 Listener
edited March 27 in PIP, DLA, and AA
Good evening everyone,I had my telephone assessment yesterday hp was dare I say very nice,really surprised because I have had some really horrible ones and been given nothing but fingers crossed with this one,it lasted 45mins really confused me with the order she went through the form.I have read on here about requesting report how long do I wait to do this and who do I request it from dwp or assessment services.


  • mariequirk
    mariequirk Member Posts: 35 Connected
    Request your report from DWP.  Hope this helps. The assessor is normally nice but then in their report they aren't true to what you say. ,( That is my experience,) 
  • Daisyt1996
    Daisyt1996 Member Posts: 27 Listener
    I had mine last Friday then received txt saying Dwp have it so I phoned up to ask for copy today. Hope this may help 
  • Gobbygirl66
    Gobbygirl66 Member Posts: 26 Listener
    Thanks mariequirk, I know what you mean the last time I had face2face assessment the hp told a load of lies in my report scored me 2 points I ended up getting no money and a appeal took over 1 year to get sorted,in the end I won but it is a lot of stress and worry we could do with out.
  • woodbine
    woodbine Community Co-Production Group Posts: 5,270 Disability Gamechanger
    You can ask for a copy around 5-7 working days after the assessment
    Offering PIP advice to people with epilepsy.


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