We support both claimants and professionals. These are just some of the organisations who have subscribed to Benefits and Work:
- Royal College of Nursing
- Spinal Injuries Association
- Chesterfield Law Centre
- Stephenson’s Solicitors
- Birmingham Citizens Advice Bureau
- Manchester City Council Sensory Provision Team
Personal Independence Payment (PIP)
PIP is not an easy benefit to claim successfully. So far, according to the DWP's own statistics, just 37% of claims for PIP have been successful where the claimant is not terminally ill.
Find out more about how our guides can improve your chances of the correct decision being made in your case, whether you are:
Or give yourself the best possible chance of success by becoming a Benefits and Work member right now and getting instant access to all our downloadable resources.
Take Our Personal Independence Payment (PIP) Self-Test And Check Your Score
Use our simple personal independence payment self-test to score yourself and even have your results emailed to you.
You can also find out how the personal independence payment (PIP) points system works.
Download Our Personal Independence Payment (PIP) Guides
Benefits and Work has published a suite of guides to PIP claims and appeals.
Our 70 page guide to claiming PIP takes you through the whole complex process of making a claim, from the initial telephone call, through completing the ‘How your disability affects you’ form and on to your face-to-face assessment.
We've also published a 19 page guide to PIP appeals will guide you safely through the mandatory reconsideration and appeal process. Use the appeal guide along with our 32 page guide to written appeal submissions and our 23 page guide to challenging PIP medical reports - with over 50 different grounds for appeal - and you'll be giving yourself the best possible chance of a successful appeal.
So, if you’re an individual claimant, charity or advice agency needing detailed information about PIP, subscribe now and you can download our guides instantly.
Personal Independence Payment (PIP) Timetable
Current DLA claimants have already started to be reassessed for personal independence payment (PIP) in some areas. By October 2018, it is intended that all current DLA claimants will have been assessed for personal independence payment (PIP) instead.
You can see the full timetable for the introduction of personal independence payment (PIP).