Category Archives: Benefits

Appeals in PIP, DLA, and ESA cases for private clients

September 4, 2018

Moss & Co Welfare Benefits representation and advice service There is no legal aid for legal advice in connection with Mandatory Reconsiderations or appeals against DWP decisions in PIP, DLA, ESA or Incapacity Benefit claims. We are experts in these fields. Our senior solicitor Keith Hollywood has over 15 years’ experience. We set out the […]


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Professional fraud clients – a bespoke service

February 1, 2018

A professional fraud client needs a bespoke service A professional client under investigation for fraud has a wide range of issues to consider.  The investigation itself is often overshadowed by the life changing consequences of prosecution.  At a time when clear focussed, dispassionate  thinking is required emotional responses about the future can cloud judgement. Clients […]


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Paying Privately for Benefit Fraud solicitors

December 12, 2017

Benefit Fraud why you may be better off instructing your benefit fraud solicitor privately.  There are more and more benefit fraud prosecutions. As a result more and more people need the services of an expert benefit fraud solicitor. This is a result of two things. Firstly, the austerity measures brought in by the government. Secondly […]


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Benefit Fraud Investigation – an anatomy.

February 28, 2017

A Benfit Fraud investigation – the 5 steps There are 5 distinct phases to  Benefit Fraud and Tax Credit Fraud investigations. Because we conduct hundreds of cases we have become highly  experienced and succesful Benefit Fraud solicitors. This means we always take the right steps to ensure the best outcome. The result is that in many […]


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PIP Tribunal Success

January 19, 2017

PIP TRIBUNAL WIN AFTER BENEFIT REFUSED ON TRANSFER FROM DLA Our Client suffered from “no warning “ low blood sugar attacks which could not be predicted. Her family had learnt to recognise the signs of an attack.  She had been on disability benefit (DLA) for many years. She was required to move to a Personal Independence […]


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Benefits problems, appeals and reviews.

January 6, 2015

We have the answer to your benefits problem Being on benefits these days is no picnic.  The politicians have been very effective in persuading even the most liberal of us that everyone can find a job, everyone is capable of doing some sort of work and that benefits are a privilege rather than an entitlement. People […]


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Is there such a thing as Free Advice

January 14, 2014

Is free advice free? Free advice will be advertsied all over the web espescially for Welfare Benefits where legal aid has been withdrawn.  It is best to think of Free Advice, as advice paid for by someone else.  In the good old days that would have been the government. Pop along to your local solicitor, […]


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Benefits Cuts Street

January 7, 2014

Life on Benefits Cuts  Street  This TV program seemed as if it had been chosen, produced and directed by George Osborne himself. He must also have arranged the scheduling. No sooner had it finished its selective tour of the hard up occupants  of the 99 houses than the chancellor himself pops up demanding  that half the future cuts […]


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Benefits Investigation Advisors

December 13, 2013

Using an unqualifed Benefits Investigation Advisor could cost you dear. You are worried about your Benefits Investigation. Be careful not to waste your money and get a poor result by using unquailfied Benefits advisors who are currently advertising on the Web. To all extents and purposes their web sites look like  law firms. The name sounds […]


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