This is sickening. It comes to us courtesy of our friends on the Atos Miracles Facebook page:

I have a neuromuscular disease and the medication I take means I have virtually no immune system. This photo [above] is of me lying in ICU battling life-threatening sepsis.

ATOS had the audacity to actually call the intensive care unit and demand to speak to me about why I wasn’t attending my assessment (despite the fact my mum and husband had told them I was fighting for my life).

The staff were horrified and told them how dare they ring and try and interrogate an unconscious patient.

My concern with this story is that we know the benefit assessors from Atos don’t take kindly to being told a claimant is in hospital. I fear this patient will soon receive a letter saying their benefit claim has been cancelled.

It’s what they do. They don’t care about threats to life and limb; they consider all claimants to be at their beck and call.

That is, until death – which they do their best to cause, by indirect means, as quickly as possible.

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