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I'm guessing that this must have been posed before somewhere?

 

In a nutshell, I'm in receipt of a service invaliding pension (SIP) since 2007, diagnosed with post traumatic stress 2013 and received the token 6k gratuity payment some time after.

 

Can I now argue that my SIP should now be converted to a service attributable pension (SAP)?

 

I am aware that I could have appealed their token payment, now I'm in a better situation I'm willing to pick up the pace and take the fight to them.

 

Any advice will be greatly appreciated.... and have we started wishing people a Merry Christmas yet?:cheer2:

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Hi Bazooka Boo

 

To change from SIP to SAP will be difficult as you will have to prove that the MOD were at fault and your medical conditions were attibutable due to your service.

 

The first thing I would suggest is that you need to download the MOD SAR: https://www.gov.uk/government/publications/mod-subject-access-request-form  (make sure and be specific especially with any date of your medical treatment and locations during your service for these conditions before you were discharged)

 

You could also ask the British Legion or check if there is any centres for ex forces/veterans in ypour area and have a wee chat with them.

 

You will also need to look at what legislation was in place within the MOD at the time of your discharge.

 

Depending when this little link may or may not be of use (different circumstances but I used this against the largest local authority in scotland, 3yr fight and they lost, war pension agency at the time were stunned that I won without any help from them): https://www.casemine.com/judgement/uk/5a8ff8d460d03e7f57ecde4f

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I advise to the best of my ability, but I am not a qualified professional, benefits lawyer nor Welfare Rights Adviser.

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