PIP (Personal Independence Payment) is a benefit payment. That offers extra financial support. For people with a long term illness or a disability. You must be aged between 16 to 64. To qualify for PIP.
For more information about Personal Independence Payment. Call the PIP contact number 0843 850 0600.
Personal Independence Payment is usually paid every four weeks. It is tax free and you can get it. If you are working or not working.
How much PIP you get is based on. How your disability or illness. Affects your everyday lif
You can find out if you qualify for Personal Independence Payment. By visiting this website https://www.gov.uk/pip/eligibility.
Or you can give them a call. On the Personal Independence Payment phone number0843 850 0600.
Claiming Personal Independence Payment
If you want make a claim for Personal Independence Payment. You should contact the Department for Welfare and Pensions.
They will send out a form to. You need to fill out the form accurately.
There will be tips on how to fill out the form on the form. The address you need to send the completed form to. Will be on the form too.
The address you need to send the form back to is:
Personal Independence Payment New Claims, Post Handling Site B, Wolverhampton, WV99 1AH, United Kingdom.
The DWP will send you a letter in the post. After they make a decision about your claim.
The letter will inform you if you qualify for PIP.
If you need help. Applying for Personal Independence Payment. You can give them a call. On the PIP contact number.
The PIP contact number is 0843 850 0600.
What is an Assessment?
They will carry out an assessment for your claim. This will help the DWP work out. The amount of help you need.
They assess cases regularly. To make sure you are getting. The assistance you need.
Your case will be assessed. By an independent health professional. You might have to attend a consultation. As part of the consultation.
You should contact them. If your circumstances change.
If you have any questions. Call the PIP contact number 0843 850 0600.
A decision about your claim will be made. Based on the assessment.
You should contact the DWP. If there is any changes in your condition.
If you want advice about assessments. Call the PIP customer services number is 0843 850 0600.
Their phone lines are open. Monday to Friday. From 8.00am to 6.00pm.
Appealing a Decision
If you are not happy with your claim decision. Then you should contact the Department for Work and Pensions. You can also call. The PIP telephone number 0843 850 0600. For advice on what to do.
If you’re happy with the reply you get. Then you can contact DWP again. To request that they look into your claim again.
This is called mandatory reconsideration. You must request this before. You can appeal a decision.
Call the PIP customer services number 0843 850 0600. If you need have any questions about appealing.