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  1. Thread: PIP assessment

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    TBH an hour is well within the traveling time...

    TBH an hour is well within the traveling time limits that they are supposed to work to, there is no guarantee that you will get your nearest office.

    The rule (for all DWP appointment, not just...
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    The problem is that if you scrap the WCA now then...

    The problem is that if you scrap the WCA now then what are you going to replace it with?

    It doesn't need scrapping, it needs rethinking and making fairer.

    There is already a lot of case law set...
  3. MR waiting times being challenged in High Court.

    Long MR waiting times being challenged in High Court.

    https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-england-stoke-staffordshire-50506789
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    That doesn't apply. - Because she hasn't yet made...

    That doesn't apply. - Because she hasn't yet made a claim she doesn't have an underlying entitlement, so there is nothing to remind them of.
    If you wait until the TA ends then it's simply a new CA...
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    You will need to be clearer. When, what date,...

    You will need to be clearer.

    When, what date, did he claim UC?
    When, what date, did he first provide a fit note?
    What date did that fit note start from if different/backdated?
  6. Unfortunately nothing seems to be simple with UC,...

    Unfortunately nothing seems to be simple with UC, and there are particular issues with MR's at the moment.

    But if you ask for a MR then it should be looked at by a Decision Maker rather than just...
  7. There is a Large Print version if that would...

    There is a Large Print version if that would help.

    You can also download a version that you can fill in on the computer and print off.
    Or if you ring them they can make other adjustments as...
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    Fair enough, that is your choice to make. The...

    Fair enough, that is your choice to make.

    The overlapping benefit rules are diffficult to understand when it comes to ESA TA's that arose because of an Adult or Child Dependency Increase in the...
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    Do you have PIP yourself? If not then you are...

    Do you have PIP yourself?

    If not then you are not entitled to a car from Motability.

    Your mother may be, if she has the requisite award of PIP, but that would be her car for her use, not yours....
  10. After writing the above I was prompted to again...

    After writing the above I was prompted to again check the recent changes to the ADM guidance used by the UC decision makers.

    And I think that I have worked out what is going on here.

    This is of...
  11. Hi Sarah, Firstly the rules- With a new UC...

    Hi Sarah,

    Firstly the rules-

    With a new UC Limited Capability claim if you are awarded LCWRA it will be payable from the start of the first UC assessment period that starts 3 months after you...
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    You should forget about just what the money was...

    You should forget about just what the money was for before ESA, it doesn't matter.

    Once you transferrred to ESA any benefit money that you previously got that was above the standard ESA rate...
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    Have a see if either of these helps: ...

    Have a see if either of these helps:

    https://www.disabilityrightsuk.org/charging-community-care
    https://www.ageuk.org.uk/information-advice/care/paying-for-care/paying-for-homecare/
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    Whilst it's true that it is DWP policy to destroy...

    Whilst it's true that it is DWP policy to destroy all unneeded documents after 14 months that does not include all documents.

    It's been know before for them to trot that out only to find that the...
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    Brexit means Biscuit?

    It's election time again and so we get the usual crop of 'funny' parties and candidates.

    Here is the Biscuit Party Facebook page. (Politics to get your teeth into?)....
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    What you have read is close but not quite...

    What you have read is close but not quite correct, the 13 weeks is for ESA not for Universal Credit.

    With UC it's a bit more complicated, I'll try to explain it clearly.

    With a new UC Limited...
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    We have covered this before in your previous...

    We have covered this before in your previous threads, but fair enough:

    1. All Transitional Additions from the IB-ESA transfer will end on 5th April next year.
    That's not new and it was always the...
  18. They'll either send you another appointment (yes...

    They'll either send you another appointment (yes I know), or do an assessment on the paperwork that they have.
    Then they'll send that back to the DWP for a decision to be made.

    You could ring...
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    We've seen this before with transfers from DLA to...

    We've seen this before with transfers from DLA to PIP.

    For some reason when ESA get a notification of a new PIP award sonetimes your payment gets put on hold.
    It dosen't always happen.

    My...
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    Well when I said that nobody likes the waiting...

    Well when I said that nobody likes the waiting periods I wasn't including the government.

    They like it because it saves them money in payng benefits, round about a thousand pounds for everyone...
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    'Money left to her' rings alarm bells, how much...

    'Money left to her' rings alarm bells, how much money? Was it over £6000? That would affect her UC payments if it was.

    Assuming not then with LCW/LCWRA she will have a 'Work Allowance' which means...
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    No, your 3 months waiting period will end on...

    No, your 3 months waiting period will end on December 12th and so your first period to include LCWRA will be Dec 13 to Jan 12, which should be paid on Jan 19.

    Nobody likes the waiting period,...
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    The next step would be to get your MP's office...

    The next step would be to get your MP's office involved.

    Let them know what has happened and they will give the DWP a poke which usually works.
    Of course your MP may not be your MP in a couple of...
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    They are correct, there is a 3 month 'waiting...

    They are correct, there is a 3 month 'waiting period' for LCWRA in UC, (similar to the 13 weeks period in ESA), but it's actually a bit more complicated with UC.

    The law with UC is that LCWRA will...
  25. Yes, either of those 2 is possible and the only...

    Yes, either of those 2 is possible and the only way to find out is to ring them and ask.

    (If I had to take a guess, and it is a pure guess, it would be that they have now done a paper assesment...
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