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TOPIC: New pip claim

New pip claim 6 months 2 days ago #174914

Hi every body
I really don't know how I would of coped with the stress I have been under this year . This site and its guides have been amazing . I won my pip appeal this June after fighting PIP for so long . Unfortunately my award will run out in february 2017 as it was only for 15 months .I have been told that I will now have to reclaim for PIP all over again , I am absolutely filled with dread of the prospect of the long and difficult road ahead .
My health conditions haven't changed and remain the same . Apart from a few pages of new evidence most of supporting evidence , will be what they have already received.
I suppose I am asking , does anybody know if I have to send all the evidence that they already have , as a fresh claim ?

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New pip claim 6 months 14 hours ago #174980

Roxanne

Yes send everything again and make sure that you use the latest PIP Claim guide as there have been updated to the DWP guidance for PIP.

Gordon
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