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How to appeal a PIP award decision and ask DWP to look at your claim again

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Personal Independence Payment (PIP) is a benefit that helps people over 16 and under State Pension age with the extra costs of a long-term illness, mental health condition or disability.

The Department for Work and Pensions (DWP) could give you between £23.70 and £152.15 per week to help with the costs of daily living and mobility needs.

PIP is usually paid every four weeks, and the amount you get depends on a number of factors, including how your condition affects you - not the condition itself.

How much PIP you will be paid depends on how difficult it is for you to carry out certain daily tasks including preparing and eating fresh food, washing and getting dressed, basic toilet needs and moving around outside your home.

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