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Hi,

 

In the past with DLA if you were turned down and went to Tribunal and lost you weren't allowed to reapply for DLA unless your condition and abilities changed and then you could make a new application. 

 

Apparently with PIP if you apply and get turned down, apply for MR and are turned down so go to Tribunal and are turned down you can immediately put in a new PIP application straight away for exactly the same condition with there being no difference in what someone can and can't do. Is this correct? 

 

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Suggest that you check this with DWP to obtain confirmation of what you are stating, as I suspect it would depend on the details of each individual case.

 

Why would someone be successful with a new application, if a previous application for exactly same conditions had failed.  What would have changed ?

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I'm with you and I agree. I was in a benefits Facebook support group and the admins regularly tell people who fail at their PIP Tribunal having gone through MR and the whole thing to just reapply straight away and put a new application in. I knew this wasn't allowed with DLA but it appears you can with PIP. I was just trying to clarify if the admin of the Facebook group are giving correct advice. 

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