Wednesday, December 28, 2011

Evidence that My SSA Claim Was Just a Litigation Strategy -- 1993

Dear Stell,

What do you think of this idea?

I'll go to the Social Security Administration and file for Social Security disability benefits and state that my former employer determined on the basis of consultations with two mental health professionals, including a psychiatrist, that I am too disturbed to be employable.

The Social Security Administration will then contact the firm and want to know more about this.  Then what do they do?


I assume I wrote this letter in early 1993, after I received Akin Gump's Response to Interrogatories (dated May 22, 1992) in late December 1992.

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