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11/11/13

Source: Disability Rights UK Factsheet

Date of Hearing- Her Majesty's court and tribunals service (HMCTS) will arrange a time and date and must give you at least 14 days notice. If the date is inconvenient you can write to the clerk at the tribunal to ask for it to be postponed. If time is short you can ring the clerk, the phone number will be at the top of the hearing notice but you should also write to confirm your request.


The make-up of the Tribunal- In most cases the tribunal that hears your appeal will consist of a judge who is a lawyer sitting alone. But for disability-related benefits, the makeup is as follows;


1) Disability living allowance, personal independence payment and attendance allowance a judge and a doctor and a person with knowledge of disability.


2) Appeals about the work capability assessment or employment and support allowance a judge or a doctor.


Preparing your appeal-

You or your representative can make submissions(statements to tribunal) in writing, orally, or both.