For information regarding Personal Independence Payments, call the PIP contact number on 0870 218 5295. PIP assists with some of the extra costs caused by long-term ill-health or a disability. To request information on eligibility requirements, or to get help with applying for this benefit, call the PIP customer service number. Should you require information regarding the appeals process, call the PIP phone number and speak with an HMRC support agent.
PIP Contact Number
0870 218 5295
Calls cost 13p per minute plus your phone companies access charge.
PIP Contact Numbers
|Customer Services||0800 917 2222|
|Pip Enquiries||0345 850 3322|
|DWP and PIP Claims||0800 917 2222|
|PIP Northern Ireland||0800 012 1573|
|Terminally Ill PIP||0800 917 2222|
|DWP General Enquiries||0345 850 3322|
|Complaints||0800 917 2222|
|From Abroad||+44 800 917 2222|
Pip Enquiries: 0345 850 3322
To change your personal details or if you need to change your name and address call PIP on 0345 850 3322. If you need to go into hospital or even a care home for a time more than 4 weeks then phone PIP about this as well. If you plan to go abroad for more than 13 weeks then you can use the PIP enquiry line to help you with this and if you have been imprisoned then you will also need to dial PIP on 0345 850 3322. If you have been overpaid benefits from PIP and you have not reported them by using the PIP enquiry line then you could face a £50 fine and suspension of your benefits. The PIP enquiry line is open between Monday and Friday and at 8am to 6pm. You can also use the PIP text phone line on 0345 601 6677 if you are hard of hearing. You can use the NGT Relay service by dialling 18001 then 0345 850 3322.
DWP and PIP Claims: 0800 917 2222
Call DWP on 0800 917 2222 if you would like to make a new pension payment or if you would like to make a claim. Use the PIP contact number if you live in Scotland, England or Wales and you can also use the text phone service on 0800 917 7777. If you need help with your claim then you can also call PIP on 18001 then 0800 917 2222 to chat with them about your claim and why your money has not been paid yet. This number is only open for those who need a NGT relay service. Call 0800 917 2222 if you want to chat with them about your contact details, your date of birth or even your NI number. When you do call PIP on 0800 917 2222 you will need to list your bank details, your doctor’s name and any details of the time that you have spent abroad. It is more than possible for someone else to call on your behalf but you will need to be with them.
If you would like to send a form to PIP instead of calling the PIP contact number on 0800 917 2222 then you can use the address below to start a new claim.
Personal Independence Payment New Claims
Post Handling Site B
PIP Northern Ireland: 0800 012 1573
Call PIP NI on 0800 012 1573 if you would like to make a new claim. You can also call PIP by using textphone on 0800 012 1574. This is for people who have speech or even hearing difficulties. To make an existing claim, call 0300 123 9221. The lines for this are open between 8am and 6pm, Monday to Friday and this does exclude public holidays. If you would like to contact PIP via post and not over the phone to discuss your PIP claim or any payments that have not been made then you can use the PIP NI address below:
Terminally Ill PIP: 0800 917 2222
Call the PIP contact number if you want to get your claim sorted out quickly. You can claim more PIP payments if you are not expected to live for more than 6 months. Phone DWP to start your PIP claim on 0800 917 2222 but you will also need to send off a DS1500 form as well. You can only get this from a healthcare professional or a doctor. Use the textphone service if this is required on 0800 917 7777. If you are terminally ill and need to use the NGT relay service then dial 18001 then 0800 917 2222.
DWP General Enquiries: 0345 850 3322
Contact DWP if you have not received a PIP payment or if you would like to make an additional payment because you have been paid too much. You can call DWP on 0345 850 3322 or if you want to use the textphone service then you can do so on 0345 601 6677. The DWP can help you to process your PIP application, and they can also help you if you have been turned down for a PIP claim as well. You can call the DWP general enquiries line on 0345 601 6677 and they have offices that are open between the hours of 9am and 6pm. Call DWP if you believe that your PIP claim has been overlooked or if you believe that you have been treated unfairly with your application.
PIP stands for Personal Independence Payments and when you do go through them you know that you can get access to some of the many benefits that they can offer you and they can even help you to know if you qualify for the money that they have to offer as well. If you would like to find out if PIP can help you or if you would like to see if there is anything you can do to try and get more money then all you have to do is get in touch with PIP today to see what you could claim.
If you know that you are having trouble with your payment or if you know that you need to get some help and support when it comes to your disability then the best way for you to do this would be for you to go ahead and dial the PIP phone number. The PIP contact number is there to help you with anything you need and it is also a great way for you to know if you can do anything to try and benefit from the many services that they have to offer. The PIP contact number is there to help you.