Professionally handled reconsiderations & appeals by our benefits & legal experts.
We regularly see benefits claimants refused the help they need because of a poor reflection of their circumstances.
Our benefits experts can present your case accurately and in the best light to ensure you win your reconsideration or appeal and the help you need.
If your claim is refused, the first step is to ask for the decision to be looked at again. This is called a reconsideration. This stage is mandatory. If after the reconsideration you remain unhappy with the decision, you can then make an appeal.
Our teams work on a no-win-no-fee basis.
Let us know broadly why you’ve been refused benefits and we can start to help you.
Using our appeal service is totally free and your details are reviewed by one of our professional legal appeal specialists.
Let us review your case to see if we can find a way to challenge the Department for Work and Pension's decision in the courts.
Our experienced benefits speicalists are happy to help and are independent and impartial. Our advice and consulsation is free of charge.Find out more about how we work here.
Just to say a big "thank you" to you all for helping me get my ESA. Its a big weight off my mind to have the massive help and expertise from you. You're the 4th emergency service! Thank you once again.
We are delighted with the service - wish I had seen it earlier.
Thank you so much for your help. You are a lifeline to people like me. God bless you.
Thank you for all your help over the last few years. In the end, it is a good result and much appreciated.
We offer a free question and answer service to UK residents experiencing difficulties with benefits.
Our legal experts ensure that your benefits problems are dealt with professionalism and efficiency. No jargon, just accurate, straightforward advice tailored to you and your circumstances.
We are unique and receive no funding or support from the government, any local authority, grant-making trust or large company. This means that our advice is totally independent and is otherwise unobtainable from the Department for Work and Pensions.
You can ask our benefits experts anything and we'll respond for free, with help and advice.Ask an expert