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ITSALLLIES
ITSALLLIES Community member Posts: 39 Connected
edited May 2022 in PIP, DLA, and AA
Severe sleep apnea
Is this enough to warrant a set aside decision if it's affecting memory even if I didn't realise at the time and was on a course for treatment 

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  • Ross_Alumni
    Ross_Alumni Scope alumni Posts: 7,611 Championing
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    Hello @ITSALLLIES

    Welcome to the community, it's nice to see you join us. 

    Thanks for your query about setting aside a decision, I would assume this is in relation to your PIP claim. I' not sure whether that specifically would be an accepted reason for setting aside the decision, the Gov.uk website only refers to whether you feel as though there has been a mistake in the process. 

    If you do want to apply to have the decision set aside there is a form that can be used which you can access through Gov.uk, you can find it here. 

     

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  • ITSALLLIES
    ITSALLLIES Community member Posts: 39 Connected
    edited May 2022
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    Well they questioned lots of medical entries I was pretty much speechless, couldn't think to answer with why " like the day an entry which stated an a&E visit did not mention all injuries",  only referencing the more painful injuries that the NHS would investigate.  however one entry later with a GP That I  do remember the GP reports  opposite side to which I was referencing problems with, in my mind the person's treating me were aware of for such a long time I never understood why.
     I was not compensated for these injuries due to the errors in the medical file either not referencing or I correctly referencing the wrong side until recently after sor highlighted these contradictions.
    I did mention to my solicitor that I disagreed with not being compensated for the injuries which was stated I needed to mitigate these injuries to which I thought I had on several occasions.
  • poppy123456
    poppy123456 Community member Posts: 57,304 Championing
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    I don't think an internet forum is the best place for help and advice with this because we don't know anything about your case. You need to get some expert advice from an agency near you. Start here. https://advicelocal.uk/

  • ITSALLLIES
    ITSALLLIES Community member Posts: 39 Connected
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    Does thatpoppy123456 said:
    I don't think an internet forum is the best place for help and advice with this because we don't know anything about your case. You need to get some expert advice from an agency near you. Start here. https://advicelocal.uk/

    Does that include legal help? For industrial injuries benefit?