She will also miss out on an increase of £61. When I made the claim for PiP I was under the assumption any award would be backdated to the date of which the claim was made, however upon receiving my awarded I received a back payment from the 8th of December 2014 back to the 3rd of December 2014 when the decision to award the benefit was made. The clerk took the docs to see if they would look at them ,she said they agreed, then 5 mins later she came back out and said they have agreed to award the points my legal advice person had requested ,without having to go in to fight for it again. I new this was wrong but as I suffer from anxiety and depression I was worried about doing the next step a tribunal. Yes — people will get all the money they should have been paid in previous months.
Forget the phone call as that has caused the confusion. I have a cocktail of medication including Matrifen patches. If they don't like the result then they had the chance to put their case to the court - just like the claimant does. To cut it short I new that's what pip want people to get to this stage and give up. As for how long it takes to get the money you're owed, I believe the average time is around 6 weeks, but you could call them and check on the progress if you like.
Professionals get an annual subscription for £77. So I basically can expect it take up to 8 months. I won a tribunal appeal 2 weeks ago and have read up a lot about backpayments etc. Is this correct or am I right in thinking it should have been backdated to the point of which I made the claim. How long has it been since you applied now? Now I've got £5,580 in back pay! Got Brown envelope today, nearly had Heart Attack before opening it. At the end of the day I lost my job because of this condition and blacking out etc.
The only issue I have is that if i'm not in pain when having the assessment, they may think I am capable of everything, because I basically am until I have one. Seems like they are trying to stop as many people as possible from getting anything. Regards from both of us. Some people are getting backdated money and some are not even though their situations are the same and its leaving people confused none of it makes sense. This can take about 8 weeks, as previously advised. Just had a copy of the report from his assessment and loads of things have been written differently to what I actually said.
I received one written reply!!!. Im lucky enough to understand some things,there is so many disabled people out there that cant,my heart goes out to them. Hello everyone, Sorry I'm new to this and I was wondering if anyone could help or advise me please, I was in receipt of the daily living component of pip at the standard rate, I recently had a change in my condition and informed pip of this, I had yet another face to face assessment scary , I phoned pip for an update and was told I have now been awarded both the daily living and mobility component at the standard rate, great I was wondering as it had taken 10 weeks from the call to pip about the change and I was now awarded the mobility part would I then be given any back pay for the added mobility?? It also says effective decision date of summer 2015 that was the atos face to face refusal decision the new awarded decision document says the decision from the summer 2015 is set aside and I know that means cancelled , yet it states awarded from November 2104. The Tribunal went ahead without me and I won with flying colours. I believe we would not have received the right decision for him without using the comprehensive guides and reading the excellent advice and guidance given on the board. I altumately lost my bus driving job due to this, ok the osteoarthritis helped but they refused to even allow me in the bus garage in case I blacked out on them.
So you should have a very nice lump sum to look forward to! These questions are asked to check if you need any additional help or support with your claim. At least that got me medical evidence also, but lost me my job Then do the same with a medical website. From memory between then and when they closed the claim down in February 2011 because they accused me of failing to comply within 30 days to a formal request I must have sent them at least 45 letters, made dozens of telephone call and was told at least 20 times that I would get a call back. How long has it been since you applied now? With many thanks again from the both of us. Just wondered if anyone had yet received their backpayment? I do know that you should be backdated to the date of first claimed. There have been several other small changes But the idea that these changes required 5 months of consultation and consideration is not a credible one. The meds the specialist is prescribing me are known to cause black outs due to the slowing of the heart and who's gonna want to employ someone who's known to have a non treatable condition and black's out 3-4 times a week clutching their chest.
This could mean she misses out on eight weeks of support at the higher level. This process is stressing me out further that I have had to visit my doctor as I am having further problem because of this process. On average I worked an extra 12 hours a month for no pay. But thanks again for the advice. I'm new to the community. The greater the potential harm, the less likely it needs to be that it would happen on any specific occasion. I would imagine it would be from the date you first claimed as they backdate it back to that date when they award it.
I am sorry to hear you're also having difficulties and I hope you get sorted soon. I say to anyone if you do t get your mandortory reconsideration do go and appeal its not as bad as i thought it would be and just be yourself and answer with confidence and thruth. Useful creatures sometimes Hey Phepia I have a letter from my specialist explaining my condition and the effect it has on my day to day life etc so that should be helpful to them in making their decision. The dwp will always argue that they were always right. I stood up and fell to the floor with dizziness. Affected claimants are owed between £2,500 and £20,000 each.
The process is so complex that in some cases three different decisions will have to be made about the same claim. As Christmas is so close it's very unlikely you'll receive anything before. Just heard he has not been awarded any points at all in his pip assessment. I chased them again yesterday and was told that I need to speak to a case worker. I had a male nurse who was very nice, nothing at all like my esa wca.