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Claiming DLA, not claiming IB/ESA…

Posted Sep 14 2009 8:17pm

Another from my search-engine list – can I still apply for DLA if I do not get IB/ESA?

Absolutely – DLA is nothing to do with either benefit – you can claim it even if you are working.

It’s provided to help the disabled with the additional costs of mobility and care that disability generates. Obviously, you can be disabled (as an amputee, for example), and still work.

You can download a claim form to complete on your computer from this page.

Another from my search-engine list – can I still apply for DLA if I do not get IB/ESA?

Absolutely – DLA is nothing to do with either benefit – you can claim it even if you are working.

It’s provided to help the disabled with the additional costs of mobility and care that disability generates. Obviously, you can be disabled (as an amputee, for example), and still work.

You can download a claim form to complete on your computer from this page.

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