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Is it necessary to send medical forms to the pensions office?


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Written on: 03.11.2009 [10:18]
Turner
Turner
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Is it really worth me sending a medical form to the pensions office even if the form is inconclusive? I was told I was only meant to send forms that show a permanent prognosis but as I am going to have to get further testing in order to be diagnosed, is it really worth me sending it now?
Written on: 12.11.2009 [14:39]
Hooper
Hooper
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I would think so, I mean it’s better to keep them informed all along that way if something does come about you haven’t hidden anything.
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