Do I need to speak to a welfare advisor when applying for PIP?
The welfare benefits system is complicated. Speak to a welfare rights adviser if you need help to claim benefits.
Speak to a welfare rights adviser if you need help to claim benefits.
Different welfare rights organisations offer different services. Some help with the following things:
- Filling out a form
- Helping you with the appeal process
- Representation at tribunals
- Explaining what other benefits you may be able to claim
- Giving general information about benefits
Legal Aid is not available for help with benefits claims unless you need to appeal to an Upper Tribunal. You can appeal to the Upper Tribunal if you think that a legal mistake has been made. For example, if you think that the process has not been followed correctly.
- What is PIP?
- Can I claim PIP?
- How do I claim PIP?
- How much PIP will I get?
- Moving from DLA to PIP
- Financial help when getting PIP
- PIP assessment
- The ‘How your disability affects you’ form?
- Supporting evidence
- Medical assessment
- Speak to a welfare advisor
- What happens if my health changes?
- Can someone claim PIP for me?
- Information on PIP
- Next steps