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20.10 Where several conditions all contribute to the incapacity


Last amended: 19 June 2014

It sometimes happens that an incapacitated client suffers from more than one ailment each one of which is, on its own, capable of causing incapacity for work. Alternatively, a person may suffer from several medical conditions, each not of itself a cause of incapacity, but incapacity has nevertheless arisen from the aggregated effects of all these conditions.