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"Why I secretly taped my disability assessment"

AlexAlex Posts: 1,325 Scope community team
Interesting news story given some of the recent conversations here about recording assessments: Why I secretly taped my disability assessment

In this case he was fortunate that the judge let him use his recording (and he went on to win his case).

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  • NystagmiteNystagmite Member Posts: 609 Pioneering
    I'm beginning to wish I'd done this now. But am I correct in thinking I wouldn't have been able to use it as evidence at my reconsideration?
  • GeoarkGeoark Community champion, Scope Volunteer Posts: 1,349 Disability Gamechanger
    Hi @Nystagmite as the article made clear the decision to allow the recording was unusual, and it is not usually allowed.

    I am more interested in the trialling of recording these interviews unless the claimant doesn't want it recorded, and the impact this has on claims. Including a potential rise in new claims where people have not been rewarded PIP due to the lies of assessors. Hopefully after the trial it is not quietly dropped.

    As an individual I stood alone.
    As a member of a group I did things.
    As part of a community I helped to create change!

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