Can I Claim Sickness Benefit for Depression?

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If depression makes you unable to work, you may claim Statutory Sick Pay or Employment and Support Allowance. To get Statutory Sick Pay, you must be earning less than 97 a week.
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It depends on the legislation of the country you are in.
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i know how you feel the same thing happened to me although they were paying me up until jan 22 when i went on half pay i went back in february and i couldn't cope with the job they
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Ok im gonna be up front with u . U need help. Feeling an inner turmoil with in u? Is something feeling empty or a miss? Is this a sign u need help, real help? Do you want to lead
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Sickness benefit is also known as incapacity benefit. It is defined as a contributory non-means tested benefit. It is aimed at providing financial assistance to people who fall sick
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