Personal Independence Payment (PIP) is a benefit payment. That helps individuals financially. If they have a long term illness or a disability. PIP is for people that are aged between 16 to 64.
You could get up to £134.40 a week. To assist you with the extra living costs. Caused by your illness or disability.
How much you get will be based on. How your condition affects your day to day life.
Find out if you qualify for PIP. By visiting their website https://www.gov.uk/pip/eligibility.
Or give them a call. On the Personal Independence Payment contact number 0843 850 0600.
How to Claim PIP
If you want to claim Personal Independence Payment. Then contact DWP. They will send you a form. You will need to fill out the form. Then send the form back.
There will be instructions on how to fill out the form. The address you should send the form back to. Is on the form. Their address is:
Personal Independence Payment New Claims,
Post Handling Site B,
After the DWP makes a decision about your claim. They will send you a letter. That will inform you if you qualify for PIP.
If you have any questions about this application process. Then call the Personal Independence Payment customer services number 0843 850 0600.
You will need to get an assessment. In order for DWP to work out. How much help you need. They will assess your case regularly. To ensure you are getting all the help you need.
Your will be assessed by an independent health professional. This may involve attending a consultation.
They will make a decision. About your Personal Independence Payment claim. Based on the results of the assessment.
Contact DWP if there is a change in your condition. It is important for them to know about any changes. So they can make sure that you are getting the support you need.
The Personal Independence Payment telephone number is 0843 850 0600.
Their phone lines are open. Monday to Friday. From 8am to 6pm.
Disability Living Allowance
Personal Independence Payment will soon replace Disability Living Allowance.
You can use their PIP checker to see. If and PIP will affect your DLA payments https://www.gov.uk/pip-checker
You can contact the Personal Independence phone number 0843 850 0600. If you need help with understanding PIP.
Personal Independence Payment is usually paid every fortnight. You can claim PIP if you are working. You can also claim PIP if you are not working.
If you want to know. When your first Personal Independence Payment will be made. Then give them a call on 0843 850 0600.
If you are not unhappy with your PIP claims decision. Then you can discuss the decision with the Department for Work and Pensions. Tell them that you don’t agree with their decision. You can provide more information. To support your claims.
You can also call PIP if you want to discuss this. Their number is 0843 850 0600.
You can view the rate of PIP you might get. On this website https://www.gov.uk/pip/what-youll-get.