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TOPIC: My time DLA to PIP.

My time DLA to PIP. 4 weeks 17 hours ago #197730

GoingOffMyHeadWithThisGovernment wrote: Ok Gordon thanks for the repl and advice, how long would you reckon it will take on a Paperbased decision. My medical team give them what for that’s why it was changed and no assessments. Thanks


They will still need to assign someone to do the PBR so it could still be several weeks before a report is submitted.

Gordon

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My time DLA to PIP. 4 weeks 16 hours ago #197735

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Gordon, I guessed that’s what might happen so it’s a case of how long is a piece of sting but do you reckon on everything should be ok based on your experience. My medical paperwork is very comprehensive and explains about many attempts on my life plus all my mobility issues and other things.

Of. Ourse I will let you know the outcome either way.

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My time DLA to PIP. 4 weeks 16 hours ago #197739

GoingOffMyHeadWithThisGovernment wrote: Gordon, I guessed that’s what might happen so it’s a case of how long is a piece of sting but do you reckon on everything should be ok based on your experience. My medical paperwork is very comprehensive and explains about many attempts on my life plus all my mobility issues and other things.

Of. Ourse I will let you know the outcome either way.


I'm sorry but there are two many variables for us to offer further assurance, they would not be doing a PBR if they had any doubts that there was sufficient information for them to do so.

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My time DLA to PIP. 4 weeks 16 hours ago #197742

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Ok Gordon we will see. Thanks again.

How long could it take to know anything as it’s so soul destroying.

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My time DLA to PIP. 4 weeks 16 hours ago #197743

GoingOffMyHeadWithThisGovernment wrote: Ok Gordon we will see. Thanks again.

How long could it take to know anything as it’s so soul destroying.


Once the PBR is done it should take the DWP 2-4 weeks to make a Decision.

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My time DLA to PIP. 4 weeks 16 hours ago #197747

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GoingOffMyHeadWithThisGovernment wrote: Ok Gordon we will see. Thanks again.

How long could it take to know anything as it’s so soul destroying.


Once the PBR is done it should take the DWP 2-4 weeks to make a Decision.


Thanks again Gordon once I know anything I will let you all know. All I can do I pray.
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