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hi everyone ,


Just looking for some advice , the situation i am currently in at the moment is this ,


my wife was claiming ESA for the both of us , and we were both on it for maybe 18 months or so , and she also claims PIP ( she was on high rate pip , then on the next medical she got put down to medium rate pip, but never questioned why it had been lowered) , she then got told she needed to go for a medical ( she passed the first medical ) ( she has Idiopathic intracranial hypertension (IIH) , she has had 3 surgeries so far and its looking like she will be going back for a 4th surgery :( as they still have not fixed the problem yet , and then she went for a medical a 4 months ago roughly , and she received an outcome letter saying she had failed the medical , so she went to citizens advice to seek advice , and got told to take it to a tribunal , which she is doing , so she went on JSA , and they told her she had to go to work courses , even though she was handing in sick notes every month , anyway she has know been told she is going back on ESA at a reduced rate , because shes been handing in sick notes for more than 13 weeks , ( we are losing roughly £93 a fortnight ) until the outcome of the tribunal is decided , does anyone know how long it can take from starting the tribunal procedure to the tribunal date ? its roughly been 3-4 months so far :(

any advice would be appreciated

thanks in advance


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