Less than 24 hours of being registered as a member, and I've already been awarded a Trophy! Anyway, that wasn't why I signed up: I joined here to ask if anyone had any pointers in relation to how to deal with a PIP appeal, since my caree has just had her mandatory reconsideration rejected. She's an ME sufferer, so isn't going to be able to attend in person, which I gather is likely to count against us, but I understand that I can represent her instead. I've skimmed the government guide to appeals, but that's not hugely enlightening. I really need an adviser, but am not sure where to go for that: the Citizens' Advice Bureau has been mentioned, but my previous experience of our local one is that it's hugely overburdened, and of course time is limited. I've been pointed in the direction of AdviceNow, Work&Benefits, and Turn2Us - are there other organisations and websites which might be useful? My time is limited, and I have a full-time job, so I'd greatly appreciate hearing from anyone who has experience of them simply so I can narrow down what's likely to help most. I'm in South London, in case that's relevant. If anyone has had experience of going through a PIP appeal, I'd very much appreciate hearing about it (if you can bear to rehash it), and any advice you can give. Many thanks in anticipation!