Last year I posted about how when I was moved from DLA to PIP, I lost my Care/Daily Living and got Mobility at the Enhanced Rate. After I received a copy of the Assessor's report I was so angry at all the errors, omissions and assumptions, I decided to appeal. I could not face attending Tribunal in person, so I opted for an appeal based on the papers. I got all my old DLA medical evidence out, that they had ignored for PIP, and wrote a detailed submission challenging every mistake in the assessor's report. Today I got a letter from the Tribunal. I won. I have gone from no Daily Living to the Enhanced Rate and I kept the Mobility Enhanced Rate. The decision says the DWP and the assessor failed to take full account of how fibromyalgia affects me and its interactions with reduced dexterity and cervical lesions, due to a road accident.
it's such a relief that it's finally over. So my advice to anyone awarded less than they should be getting is to fight on. Fibromyalgia is recognised by the Tribunals as being a debilitating illness.