Capita seeks to reverse ‘reputational damage’ after death of claimant – BBC News

Benefit-assessment company Capita is going to court to try to reverse the “reputational damage” it says it suffered after a claimant died.

Victoria Smith died months after her personal independence payments were stopped following a Capita assessment.

The outsourcing company was ordered to pay £10,000 in damages over its handling of her disability claim.

Read more at: https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-49208240

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