filling in mandatory reconsideration, pip for my cousin

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Hi i posted before regarding my cousin , it took me 3 days of writing down every word for her to copy the application for pip in the 1st place while it wasnt very clear as she canot read and write very well, anyway would i be able to write the madatory reconsideration for her , thankyou for any advice , Lou

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    Yes, organisations fill forms/write letters for others all the time.
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      Its onvioustly what they have done it for and i totally understand why people dont go further , its not for me but i am drained with it, the assesors seem to have a lot to answer to seems a corrupt system im sorry to say, will post back here either way, really do hope it changes for the better. But i can understand why 100s of people just leave it, thankyou again
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      This is the reaosn why most MR's remain the same because DWP want people to stop fighting. They don't want you to take it to tribunal because the success rate is about 60%.

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    As long as you let them know in a covering letter you helped her this is fine. Do your own letter anyway explaining her difficulties and how you find she manages on a day to day basis. The more you explain in the letter the better. I have helped my son fill in his mandatory reconsideration form. And I sent in a letter which explained why we were sending it. Good luck.
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      I knowctgevfeeling. My son was diagnosed with MS in November later year. He already had other things wrong after can accident 5 years ago. His memory is awful, can't remember things we've talked about now. But can remember things from years ago. He'd never of managed. Good job they have people who love them eh. XX Pam

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