What might be considered under Mitigating Circumstances?

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What might be considered under Mitigating Circumstances?

The following are the most common examples of mitigating circumstances for which a claim
might be accepted (this list is not intended to definitive):


• Serious short-term illness (of a nature which in an employment context would lead
to an absence on sick leave)


• Bereavement


• Sudden deterioration of a long-term condition


• Any other unforeseen personal circumstances that have a severe impact on your assessment(s)

 

 

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