Friday, June 24, 2011

Social Security Initial Claim: Lack of Deception

June 15, 1993
3801 Connecticut Ave., NW
Washington, DC 20008

Paul G. Yessler, MD
2501 Calvert Street, NW
Suite 101
Washington, DC 20008

  RE: Social Security Disability Psychiatric Evaluation xxx-xx-xxxx

Dear Dr. Yessler:

Enclosed is a copy of five pages of handwritten notes that I prepared in late October 1991 under the influence of my belief that the then manager of my apartment building, Ms. Elayne Wranik, inspected the apartment daily and reported her findings back to management of my former employer, Akin Gump. I left the notes in a prominent place in my apartment to be reviewed by Ms. Wranik in the period immediately prior to my job termination, on October 29, 1991.

Both the content of the writing and my motive in writing the document may evidence a grave personality disturbance not inconsistent with a diagnosis DSM-III 295.32 (Schizophrenia, stable paranoid type, chronic), which renders me unemployable. See, Spitzer, R.L., et al. DSM-III-R Case Book, at 28-30 (American Psychiatric Press: 1989) (discussing a patient suffering from a systematized delusion of a conspiracy of harassment).


Gary Freedman

1 comment:

Gary Freedman said...

Dr. Yessler (deceased) was an SSA consultant who evaluated me in June 1993.