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TOPIC: incapacity assessment

incapacity assessment 9 years 4 months ago #23968

Hi,
I received a letter this morning stating that i have met the threshold of incapacity because of a certain disability or serious illness and do not have to undergo the assessment,even though i had the assessment on 2nd july.Could someone explain what this means?Does it means that i meet the threshold under "exeptional circumstances".
thanking you

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Re:incapacity assessment 9 years 4 months ago #24022

Hi Aries,

Rather confusing if you've already been for a medical, but it sounds like they have decided that you are exempt.

Good luck,

Steve

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Re: incapacity assessment 9 years 4 months ago #24035

It does seem arrogant and needless to say you have gained things under execptional circimstances .. you either get it or you don't .
We don't really need to be belittled with such ambigious statements.

What right do these little fuherers have to cause you further distress & insult than you already have from being wrecked enough to get the benefit and the stigma of being constantly dug at as a scrounger etc. etc.

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Re: incapacity assessment 9 years 4 months ago #24116

thanx dave my sentiments exactly

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