Aaron was a Royal Marine severely wounded in action, with fractures to his shoulder, spine, pelvis, hip, heel and legs, a ruptured spleen, dislocated knees and a leg amputation. At his assessment for Disability Living Allowance, the nurse read his notes and asked him to wriggle his toes on his (amputated) foot. His claim was turned down on grounds because they said he was not in pain and that his ‘prosthetic limb is as good as real leg’. His assessment claimed he could walk 200 metres pain-free.

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