50-year old Trevor had meningitis as a baby, which left him with brain damage, severe epilepsy and anxiety. He worked at Remploy for six years, but had been medically retired. He was placed in the work-related activity group of Employment and Support Allowance. In an appeals letter, he wrote, “I have never been able to work due to my epilepsy. I lost my job because they could no longer cope with my attacks.” His appeal was rejected. When he went to second appeal, he was given a month to prepare. As his family tried to assemble detailed medical records and the deadline approached, he became increasingly worried. Trevor hanged himself.

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