Personal Independence Payment (PIP) can help you with some of the extra costs if you have a long term ill-health or disability (includes visual impairment).
We have put together a few tips to consider when completing the PIP claim form to help improve your chances of a successful claim with the rate of benefit you’re entitled to.
The activity that is likely to be the most relevant to you is Going out, but if other mobility activities apply to you, make sure to answer those questions too.
Decision makers at the Department for Work and Pensions (DWP) will review your application and your answers will be scored based on their criteria which they refer to as ‘descriptors’. Your scores will be totalled which will indicate your award.
The PIP claim form is an important document that should be completed fully and comprehensively, perhaps with support. You’ll need to answer all questions correctly and concisely as this will increase the probability of a successful award.
There are many services that can help you to complete the Personal Independence Payment (PIP) form free of charge such as Citizens Advice and others that charge a fee.
We offer a personal and comprehensive paid for service to help you maximise your chance of a successful claim for £150 (no VAT is applicable). email Dan Williams at firstname.lastname@example.org or call/text him on 07472305268 to find out more.
*As at 14/10/20