Social Insurance Tribunals
The Social Insurance Tribunals are:
- Social Insurance Appeals Tribunal
- Income Support Appeals Tribunal
- Family Allowances Appeals Tribunal
If a member of the public disagrees with a decision made about their benefit, income support or family allowance payments, there is initially an internal review within the Committee for Employment and Social Security. Many cases are resolved at that point.
However, the person concerned may not be satisfied with the results of the internal review and may appeal to the relevant Social Insurance Tribunal. The Tribunals are independent of the Committee for Employment and Social Security.