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    • Chelseam
    • By Chelseam 6th Jul 18, 7:01 PM
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    DLA and PIP 6th Jul 18 at 7:01 PM
    Ok so Iím having proplems with flat feet my knees and I have deformed fingers Iím only 17 and struggling at college would I be able to claim benefits for this as I canít use stared physical activities with hands are painful and as for running jumping or climbing well I can bearly walk (I donít even walk properly)

    Can I claim for these issues? Thanks
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    As you are 17 it would be PIP
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