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Hi all. Long time no post I know but I've been occupied elsewhere! I have a WCA booked for 7th September, however I had a nasty fall on the 29th July and fractured my upper right arm. I know an injury like this would trigger an automatic ESA claim, but as I'm already on ESA (WRAG) due to other conditions I'm wondering if there is any procedure in place to cover a situation like this? I'm guessing the answer from the DWP will be attend the WCA anyway. Can anyone shed some light? I used to be pretty well read on benefits issues but I'm well and truly rusty and I know some things have changed since I last locked horns with the DWP and ATOS, Maximus taking over the WCA's being just one example. Any help greatly appreciated.
Well, they have finally done it. Debt Enforcement Action Limited have sent me a summons for parking on my own land. This resullts from a claim 2.5 years ago when my vehicle was parked on land I own that is covered by cameras operated by CEL, who were too stupid to let things drop and sold on a non-existent debt to these chancers. Oddly enough the address for correspondence is not their maildrop in London, nor their director's home address but the office address for CEL. I have filled out my counterclaim and hopefully I will put them out of business since they wont be able to withdraw the claim without paying me a small fortune. To rub a bit of salt in the wounds I will not rely solely on being their supposed clients landlord and supremacy of contract and will list other more standard defence points that anyone can use. I will let you know in a month's time what else I get through the post on this.
Standard Chartered would allow US regulators to audit its New York operations independently as part of a resolution of the money-laundering case against it, the bank told the Daily Mail yesterday. The New York Department of Financial Services (DFS) ordered Standard Chartered to open its doors to an auditor of the regulator’s choosing on Monday as it laid charges that the bank illegally laundered £160billion for Iran. The bank has admitted to wrongdoing in a tiny fraction of these cases. The news comes as US regulators – including the Department of Justice, the Federal Reserve and the Treasury – scramble to establish a joint negotiating position before they begin settlement talks with Standard Chartered. Read more: http://www.dailymail.co.uk/money/news/article-2186244/Standard-Chartered-allow-audit-New-York-arm.html#ixzz236qTXfMP