' Any Time Review ' of PIP?
Hi I was receiving DLA then I received a letter from ATOS saying if I still required this benefit it was changing to PIP and to complete the PIP Assessment. I sent it back and within a few days I received a letter saying that my claim was denied - no assessment done. I asked them to review this decision again and within two days the answer came back - ' we have not changed the decision. Again no assessment done. at this time I was not use to the DWP or ATOS. I naively thought they were there to help and support claimants. I did not realise how corrupt and unfair the whole system is.. Since then I have applied at least five times. Once I got as far as the UTT and no decision. - I felt the Judges are also biased.. I was told to ask for a Judicial Review. This was not possible as I could not get legal aid from countless solicitors for DWP Benefit Cases. Also I could not afford the fee of the Judicial Review if I lost the case. There is no justice for the disabled. I am considering requesting an ' Any Time Review of all my PIP Claims as for seven years I have been disabled and no financial support so I feel I have to at least ask for that - has anyone else asked for an ' Any Time Review ' of PIP?
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