Pensions Appeal Tribunal Scotland
126 George Street
Tel: 0131 271 4340
About Pensions Appeal Tribunal Scotland
The Pensions Appeal Tribunal hear appeals from ex-servicemen or women who have had their claims for a War Pension rejected by the Secretary of State for Defence.
The Tribunals' jurisdiction covers Scotland, and is independent from the Veterans Agency.
The Tribunals have been set up in their present form since 1943 although they have been in existence, as part of the Lord President of the Court of Session's responsibility since the War Pensions Act 1919.
The Pensions Appeal Tribunal is headed by a President who is legally qualified and supported by a panel of part-time Legal Chairmen, Medical Members and Service Members.
1 job with Pensions Appeal Tribunal Scotland
Applications are invited from qualified medical practitioners to become panel members of the Pensions Appeal Tribunals for Scotland (PATS).