The Most Common Recorded Condition For Successful PIP Awards Is Psychiatric Disorder

Same Difference

In over 80% of mandatory reconsiderations the Personal Independence Payment (PIP) award remains unchanged.

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This is in stark contrast to the high level of success of those PIP claimants who then go on to independently appeal these decisions (65% as of September 2016).

48% of disability living allowance (DLA) reassessments for PIP have led to benefit being disallowed or reduced.

  • 40% resulted in an increased benefit award.
  • The most common recorded disabling condition for those awarded PIP is “psychiatric disorder” (35%).
  • The next most common condition is recorded as “musculoskeletal disorder” (20%).

Ken Butler DR UK’s Welfare Rights Adviser said:

“When compared to the success rate of PIP appeals the figures for rejected PIP mandatory reconsiderations are a disgrace.

PIP has now been in operation for over three years – surely enough time for the DWP to have…

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