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May not be in the correct forum, Mods it needs an idea of both legal and more importantly, DWP.

 

1. I have DLA awarded since 2008, Mob - High, Care - Low.

 

2. In 2015 I was run over by a car driver unhappy in having to wait for me to cross the road (slowly) on my crutches.

 

3. I sued the driver who was convicted of a host of offences.

 

4. I wasn't awarded anything under CICB payments, I had to sue him myself.

 

5. The Drivers Insurers have now offered a take it or leave it sum.

 

6. I know my Solicitor will have to complete a CRU

 

7. I have searched the net for days for the rulings, appeals etc and have not found the answer which differs from my Solicitors (who I do not believe knows the subject) opinion that the CRU will deduct 38 months of my DLA.

 

8. Had the accident not happened, I would still have claimed DLA as my disability/qualification was assessed nearly 8 years before on a separate matter.

 

9. I am on operation 38 for my disability, I will never get better and will die with the same problem. Deduction of my DLA under the CRU would be unjust, wouldn't it?

 

10. Can I prevent the deduction, using case law, or the rule with respect to my circumstances, or do I have to swallow the loss of money that could have really help me buy new items, not cast-offs to help my disability?

 

Any authoritative response would be most welcome.

 

Thank you

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