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TOPIC: pip claim and submitting photos

pip claim and submitting photos 1 month 3 weeks ago #170687

I ve just received my pip claim form. I notice that the info says that we can submit photos to support our claim.I have previously thought of submitting photos in support of my claim but only because I feel so angry, in actual practice I dont want to, even though I think it would help my case.Have other people sent photos ?
jack
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pip claim and submitting photos 1 month 3 weeks ago #170713

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Jack

Hopefully other members can give you some feedback.

Gordon
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pip claim and submitting photos 1 month 3 weeks ago #170721

I sent photos of bruising, due to falls, which my doctor had seen, to show how badly I fall. Whether they did any good or not I don't know, but I was asked if I wished to get out if my wheelchair or stay in it at my f2f. My Dr also asked to see my answers on the Pip2 form, which she said were good and truthful and wrote a letter explaining my difficulties to send in as well.

Unfortunately she has left the practice, for which I'm gutted, hope my new doctor will be as good, fingers crossed.

I get enhanced motability and standard care.

Good luck
Mags
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pip claim and submitting photos 1 month 3 weeks ago #170789

I sent in photos of my lower legs and feet, badly swollen and mishapen, plus another of myself in my very old wheelchair. The result was that they gave me a home medical, rather than making me travel miles to a assessment centre.
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