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Anyone attempted this approach?
Hi there, back in January of this year I was subpoenaed to attend an Employment and Support Allowance assessment (interrogation) at Maximus' Glasgow office. I informed my would-be interrogator that not only would she be asking medical questions of me, but that in turn, would be asking legal questions of her. And that the legal questions would be to deem her suitability to make a decision about my life: Has she the ability to not only sympathise with my illness but also empathise with me. When I let my would-be interrogator know what would be asked of her, she refused to "assess" me. I was then told to leave the building without being interrogated. Anyone else attempted this approach?