Welfare Benefits

The welfare benefits system is full of complex and technical rules, it can be very scary for a claimant to be told they are going to lose the benefits that they have become reliant on, or are going to be subject to an accusation of benefit fraud which could lead to a prison sentence and having to repay overpaid benefits.

Getting the correct advice and assistance early can help you in getting the right result and defending your position.

We have over 15 years’ experience in social security law and are fully experienced in presenting cases before the Social Security Tribunal. Due to the recent changes in legal aid public funding is no longer available for welfare benefits appeals but we can offer a fixed fee service in the following types of welfare benefits matters:

We can assist with:

  • Appeals before the Social Security Tribunal
  • Attendance Allowance Appeals
  • Backdated Claims for Benefits
  • Benefit Fraud allegations
  • Child Benefit / guardian’s allowance
  • Carers Allowance
  • Delays in processing benefits
  • Discretionary Housing Payment reviews
  • Disability Living Allowance Appeals
  • Employment & Support Allowance appeals
  • First Tier Tribunal Appeals
  • Housing / Council Tax Benefit
  • Incapacity Benefit
  • Industrial injuries benefits
  • Income Support
  • Job Seekers Allowance
  • Overpayments of benefit / underpayments of benefit
  • Habitual Residence Test / Right to Reside Problems
  • Personal Independence Payments Appeals (PIP appeals)
  • Tax Credits and Pension Credit
  • Universal Credit
  • Upper Tier Tribunal Appeals
  • Welfare Benefits claim form completion

Call our Welfare/Benefits Advice Solicitors Nottingham

Our expert social and welfare Solicitors cover Nottingham and all surrounding areas. For a free, no-obligation, initial consultation, Call now on 01158 289 752 or complete our online form and we will call you back shortly.

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