Monday 16th November 2015 – The Upper Tribunal Office (Administrative Appeals Chamber) Has Received My Application For Permission To Appeal Against PIP (1st claim) Decision

I’ve just checked Royal Mail’s Track & Trace service, and am immensely relieved that The Upper Tribunal Office (Administrative Appeals Chamber) has today signed for my application for permission to appeal to the Upper Tribunal re: my 1st Personal Independence Payment (PIP) claim. As I live in England, the address I sent it to was:

The Upper Tribunal Office (Administrative Appeals Chamber), 5th Floor Rolls Building, 7 Rolls Buildings, Fetter Lane, London, EC4A 1NL

I posted it on Friday 13th November 2015, it cost me £7.25 “Special Delivery” guaranteed to get there by 1pm today. I had a one month deadline from 17th October 2015 to get my application in. As I lack any legal help, and am utterly overwhelmed on so many issues, and have several health issues, I am pleased my application arrived there in time.

One month is nowhere near long enough for an ordinary individual to competently and thoroughly make their application. I just hope I’ve done it well enough.

About slowlyrotting

I am constantly having to endure the stresses of dealing with several different benefits issues. I've got Appeals and Tribunals coming out of my ears. I've lost count of the formal complaints I've had to make. I've kept paper records of most of my interactions with the DWP, HMRC etc for years, so I've literally got several hundred posts (maybe thousands) to compose for this website. I can't post them to here as quick or as often as I'd like to, due to health reasons, and being totally overwhelmed. I intend to go back years, eventually. But at this rate, I don't think I'll ever get to post everything I want to. You can see from what I've put up so far that I've got a lot of crap to deal with. I'm probably not even 1% or 2% done. I am slowly rotting....................
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