Woman denied PIP despite being paralysed


Still these PIP atrocities are occurring, but the question is why? For surely it is obvious that the persons concerned are entitled to PIP, but the DWP keep churning the phrase ‘We’re committed to ensuring that disabled people get the full support that they need. “Decisions are made following consideration of all the information provided by the claimant, including supporting evidence from their GP or medical specialist.’, so where does the problem or problems arise.

Do the DWP and its assessors not understand the evidence before them? Or more to the question ‘Do the DWP and its assessors want to understand the evidence before them?’ Which do you think? Is it obvious?

I know what I believe and it is not very favourably for the DWP and its assessors.

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