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raissa
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Newcastle Law centre

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Please does anyone has contacts for any organisation which deals with benefits appeal at the upper Tribunal.
Thanks a lot

Elliot Kent
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Hi Raissa,

Hate to poach for work on Rightsnet (hopefully I’ll be forgiven) but I am at the Newcastle branch of Shelter and happy to look at UT work.

BC Welfare Rights
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...If I was you Raissa, I would bite his hand off

Mike Hughes
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BC Welfare Rights - 21 August 2020 04:30 PM

...If I was you Raissa, I would bite his hand off

Please only do that if he has speech to text software in place.

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Mike Hughes - 24 August 2020 12:54 PM
BC Welfare Rights - 21 August 2020 04:30 PM

...If I was you Raissa, I would bite his hand off

Please only do that if he has speech to text software in place.

Assuming that he does, would a loss of a hand in this circumstance count for the purposes of Industrial Injuries Disablement Benefit do you think?

Elliot Kent
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I would be very happy if I can get through this with both hands intact, but I am grateful for any help anyone can offer with the IIDB claim if that doesn’t happen…

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