If the DWP think that you should have gotten more PIP they will pay you a backdated payment.
Please be prepared to receive her overflow, so we can avoid becoming too backed up in her absence.
As you may know, John was hospitalized over the weekend for minor surgery to correct painful bone spurs.
John has indicated that he would welcome visitors, and has asked in particular that he be kept abreast of affairs in the bidding for the Springfield Middle School remodeling contract.
Ever the technophile, Harold has been telecommuting from his "bedtop computer," as he calls it.
It will be harder for you to get the mobility component of PIP because of a mental illness.
But once they have written the guidance they will re-assess you and will pay you a backdated payment if they think you should have gotten a higher rate of PIP. I am already appealing my PIP claim, what will happen?This will tell the assessors how to consider mental health conditions when they are assessing people for the mobility component of PIP.The DWP say the new guidance will be ready in summer 2018 but the timescales on this could change.In December 2017, the high court ruled that these changes were unfair and have said the rules need to be changed back.For more in depth information on these changes, have a look at our FAQs here. This information is based on what the Department for Work and Pensions (DWP) have told us and could change. The DWP are updating the guidance they give to their assessors.When you appeal a PIP claim a tribunal decides whether or not the DWP made the right decision. So if you are waiting for a tribunal, they will look at whether or not you find it hard to make journey because of ‘overwhelming psychological distress.’ If you need any further information you can check out our fact sheet or get in touch with our advice and information service.