Essential information for ESA claims, assessments and appeals

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Essential Information for claims, assessments and appeals. 

There are three essential ideas to keep in mind when claiming Employment Support Allowance (ESA) because of the nature of the ESA50 form, and the fact that Atos are seeking to deny benefits, and NOT assess disability: this will not be a fair investigation of your health issues.

This information needs to be shared widely so people are made aware of them, and can use them when claiming ESA or appealing.

These very helpful ideas are:

  •  Reliably, repeatedly and safely
  •  Exceptional circumstances – Regulations 25 and 31, 29 and 35
  •  Atos assessments and pitfalls – how they try to deceive you

1. Reliably, repeatedly and safely. 

‘Lord’ Fraud made this statement in the House of Lords:

“It must be possible for all the descriptors to be completed reliably, repeatedly and safely, otherwise the individual is considered unable to complete the activity.”

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3 thoughts on “Essential information for ESA claims, assessments and appeals

  1. there share with anyone everyone ? my bank funny never asked before they did other week and ivebeen with them 20 odd years never 1s ask was i medical retired till couple weeks ago and its a bank they keep throwing money at umm i wounder i also had strange call saying i signed up for this medical thing yes i have signed up ill go on traila 2 get help but this 1 they said i no id not put myself up for i got asked lots ?s about health i answerd truth they ende by saying dont think your suitable will ring in coupe months if i got 2 much metal in body now all over including brain couple months not change anythingunless they fancytaking it out 2 sell

  2. Thank you for this, I do have info from other sites on related subject, but everything helps as when did my ESA form following one guide, could only find the info up to certain page, so had to go elsewhere to find rest. Information is power as the old saying goes. One good thing about all of this is that many of us are really helping and supporting each other, even if only online.

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