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  1. Apologies for my complete hi-jack of this thread! Had my telephone assessment and it was fine. For me it was a lot less stressful than the usual ATOS tactic of making me wait for an hour in their assessment centre waiting room so they can tick some box or ought! To cut a long story short the assessor was a physio but had a lot of empathy which is always good and sort of understood the issues with mental health so........ Had my GP records as well which is a 1st and imho a welcome development as he told me when my last GP app was and then started
  2. I'm not sure what you are getting at here? Right the ruling means that effectively the Mandatory Reconsideration legislation was un lawful so was never laid in regards to ESA! So anytime the MR phase was forced on a claimant it was unlawful because it's never existed! Got it? So what does that mean today? All ESA claimants who now get a negative LCW or LCWRA can lodge their appeals direct with HMCTS and as soon as HMCTS accept and inform the DWP of that acceptance..... ESA is put back into payment at assessment rate backdated to that decision..........
  3. From what I can tell this applies to LCW/LCWRA decisions only; If you need money and can't hold out until HMCTS inform the DWP then I think UC is the only option. Failure to attend and non return of forms etc then you have to claim UC if you need an income as until that decision is decided you can't get ESA. What happens if you win that one? NSESA+UC top up - new one on me - you appeal both ESA + UC and the ESA element can be put back into payment. Confused? Best to follow that thread and read the adm posted and any others that might
  4. Happy days! See here for details https://www.rightsnet.org.uk/forums/viewthread/16374 The new ADM (decision makers guidance) for ESA is on a later post there but confusing - well DWP are going to DWP speak So lodge those SSCC1's with HMCTS and get your fit notes ordered from your GPs from day 1 of being informed of that negative decision. We're getting paid assessment rate again as soon as HMCTS notify the DWP you've lodged. I'm off to run naked in the street!
  5. Just found this bit of info which might help others https://www.rightsnet.org.uk/forums/viewthread/16527/ This might be good news o/
  6. Jinxed my self answering this one! Got a telephone call on call on Thursday 11:30 am from IAS well Atossers So am awaiting a telephone assessment 9am this Thursday. So be aware my ESA50 was sent back end of March as the holiday is over! Boo Boo! Quick question can anybody remember the days required for notification of a WCA appointment? I'm probably over thinking it........ I said a cancellation appointment was a bad idea then was offered that appointment. Bait n switch plus disability discrimination complaint against Atoosers
  7. Yes! I'm in the same boat atm. Sent off an ESA50 received right before everything went into lock down. If like most you'll be having a face to face assessment that ain't going to happen for a while and even when they start up again there's going to be a massive backlog to get through. So enjoy it whilst it lasts
  8. Your work coach can't state that your fit note is invalid as that's preposterous. They should now tailor your claimant commitment to reflect what is stated on the note. How UC works is that a fit note may trigger a WCA (work capability assessment) if the condition lasts for more than 3 months. It's automated so a valid 3+ month fit note will trigger the IT to issue a WCA notification (* see side note below) But before that a valid fit note triggers a round of Claimant Commitment negotiation of what you are now realistically able to do. If your work coach
  9. Hi UB I might have been a little shy of the mark here as......... this applies after the Mandy (Mandatory Reconsideration) once you have submitted the SSCS1 to formally appeal to the Tribunal Service So the scenario where by after the formal appeal is lodged the DWP call you out of the blue and offer you a low ball benefit offer i.e. lower than what you're asking for in your appeal submission; so ask for PIP SR Care and SR Mobility and get offered one but not the other and so on... etc.... This is a little different than them conceding (or being told to) where by you re
  10. Interesting very interesting! Shamelessly stolen off rightsnet thanks to user Stainsby more info here https://www.rightsnet.org.uk/forums/viewthread/15646/ any MR offer you accept ends the MR phase so you can then take that offer and lodge an appeal to the FTT off the back of it!
  11. There's a bit of a storm brewing with DWP post handling sites in meltdown but also with PIP Mandys. It may also spread so beware and if you can call the relevant benefit helpline if you have no notification after 10 days. Basics are PIP seam to be operating it doesn't exist until and will only be assigned to the Mandy queue once you telephone the help line. My experience with my 1st PIP Mandy (0 Points after DLA Conversion) - Sent off my PIP mandy request (with proof of posting) 3/10/19 - forgot about it until I read rightsnet so called on the 23/10/19 and although m
  12. Your post is a bit vague! What type of ESA? Income (IR) or Contribution (CB) Deprivation is about savings (not spending) which only matters for IR ESA and doesn't matter for CB or PIP. You talk about they have spent 12k on drugs.... say for example I drink a bottle of Jim Beam a day for 4 years at £16 a pop that's £24 000 (give or take a ton). What they spend their money on or how much of it is not the issue of the DWP.. Unlike the red tops imho if a disabled person is made happy by spending it on cocaine and hookers then I'm all for it. If it's
  13. Thank you for joining us! Just one thing the rightsnet forum is closed to posting by all but subscription from a verified WELF organisation verified by said organisation so........ If you were what you say you were you'd know this! Hey ho!
  14. Didn't think about people actually doing it deliberately!............ So we have 1 fraud.... which online advanced ID verification was specifically designed to stop...... Coming in 2 variants; 1, taking advantage of vulnerable and poor people - which is despicable 2, claimants themselves getting a bumper advanced payout - which is moderated for my language Idiots f*** em vulnerable people we need to protect... although I have a seeking suspicion the DWP will add A to B and f*** em over!
  15. Is the 2023 date for this to become law or have I miss read everything?
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