Welfare Benefits

Appeals to the First-tier Tribunal: 

If you live in Bristol or South Gloucestershire Council areas (check here) we can offer free support challenging (appealing) an assessment decision on your Employment and Support Allowance (ESA) or Personal Independence Payment (PIP) including representing you at hearings.

Appeals to the Upper Tribunal:

If you disagree with the result from a First-Tier Tribunal about any benefit you may be appeal to the Upper Tribunal. We can help if you live anywhere in the South West or Wales and are eligible for Legal Aid (we will check this).

 

Please note we don’t provide general advice on welfare benefits as this is available from other advice agencies (see below). If you are another agency and would like support on appeals for other benefits we can sometimes help.

 

Further support and information

ACFA The Advice Network advice agencies in Bristol and surrounding counties

Direct Gov benefits A-Z

entitledto online eligibility advice

Citizens Advice Bureau local advice

WECIL advice for disabled people. Self help videos around applying for ESA and PIP

 

Contact us

Call 0117 924 8662 to discuss the help you need

Email mail@ablc.org.uk

Fax 0117 924 8020 Minicom 0117 924 5573

Post 2 Moon Street, Stokes Croft, Bristol BS2 8QE

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