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Challenging PIPP

Dspencer9
Dspencer9 Member Posts: 8 Listener
I have now come to a stage of tribunal and a hearing of my case so sruggled with reading so much paperwork, then finally was rejected again and had to apply for my statement of reason explaining in detail why the case was rejected. When you get the hearing letter ur doesn’t explain why it was rejected and advices me to get a statement of reason which finally took to the CAB to see if I had a case to challenge the magistrate but after reading they audit was not worth it, so sadly had no chance but to let it go!!🥺

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  • janer1967
    janer1967 Member Posts: 12,914 Disability Gamechanger
    Hi and welcome to the community 

    I'm sorry to hear your PIP claim wasn't successful after the tribunal at least you tried to challenge 
    I have professional experience in HR within public,  private, and charity sectors.  If I can help I will 
  • Dspencer9
    Dspencer9 Member Posts: 8 Listener
    Thanks I’ll keep that in mind
  • woodbine
    woodbine Community Co-Production Group Posts: 5,675 Disability Gamechanger
    In general you can only appeal a tribunal decision on a point of law, sorry you missed out @Dspencer9 perhaps if you have new evidence etc you could apply again?
    I am a person with epilepsy not an epileptic, my illness doesn't define me.
  • poppy123456
    poppy123456 Member Posts: 24,839 Disability Gamechanger
    If you're considering reapplying then i'd advise you to get some expert advice to check that you can score points for an award. Unfortunately, you can have a disability but not qualify for PIP because if you don't meet the descriptors you won't score the points needed for an award.
    Start here for that advice. https://advicelocal.uk/

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