Well, obviously I have been really lucky.
I had the letter back in June 20016, going from indefinite mobility (highest) and care (lowest) to PIP.
Whilst they decided on PIP ,DLA would continue.
I filled the form in (no third party other than wife), put down my Neurologist, MS nurse and doctor as medical contacts, but did not get any letters from them and was summoned to an interview in Birmingham (30 mins by car)…obviously a tad worried !
The girl/woman doing the interview was very nice, although she didn’t seem to write down everything I or my Wife said and I really doubt she had any medical training.
Anyway 6 weeks later PIP letter arrived. Enhanced mobility, Standard living…an Increase of some 30.00 a week with a 2 year period.
So since October I have been on PIP and from that point of view nothing has changed. Result!.