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  1. Hello After winning my First Tear Tribunal Court Case for Social Entitlement last October, i am unsure whether i have to still submit my regular Medical Certificates. The Decision Notice received from the Judge does not state anything about 'not having to still submit my certificates', but my Decision Notice does state that the DWP should not assess me for two years. Does this still mean that i will have to submit my medical certificates for the Two Year period i won...? Cheers, Klantee
  2. Hi everyone, Just a really quick question. My 'advisor' who I've recently appointed to assist me with my claim says I'm in time but I just wanted to double check. I've started a tribunal against my employers for disability discrimination - I think it is as clear cut as can ever be in this situation as I've had 'advisors' desperate to represent me. The last incident of discrimination happened on the 24th April 2012 - my advisor submitted my claim today at 5:10pm - the simple question is this within the time limits? I know it's three months minus one day but when is the cutoff time? TBH the only reason it's got this far is because my employers performed a wholly inadequate investigation - not even asking the people involved the issues raised in my grievance. So, if I am out of time, is there anything I can do? As always, thanks for any help to reassure me.
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