Remaining politically neutral during General Election 2024


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When can I get it backdated to?

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Jiggypeace
Jiggypeace Community member Posts: 2 Listener
This is a complete long shot and I doubt that it would be possible but I thought I’d ask the question anyway. So I was receiving PIP standard daily living for a few years up until December 2019 when they sent a review and stopped my claim. At this point I didn’t appeal it. However I applied again in May last year and was refused it on the initial claim but then I took it all the way to tribunal this time and won and got my standard daily living back. Could I possibly get it backdated to 2019 or is it just possible to get it backdated to last year? Both claims have been for the same conditions 

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