Surely there are cases where JSA can be backdated, and if I don't meet the criteria then it would be helpful to know why.
You should get a decision on the day of the Tribunal. This appeal will only succeed if you can show the tribunal is incorrect in law. To help you do this, you must apply for a full statement of reasons to the Appeals Service within one month of getting your decision. You may be able to claim expenses to get to and from the Tribunal hearing and you may be able to get: If you are a working age customer it will be necessary for you to establish good cause for your backdate request.Dear Department for Work and Pensions, Please provide me with all guidance and processes to be followed in the following situations.(In your response please give examples to aid further understanding): 1)A claimant previously on ESA is found fit for work and his ESA ends.You will need a note from your doctor stating you are too ill to travel.The Tribunal will be made up of up to three members, one will be legally qualified.