The Prejudice Against the Disabled in Kansas has gone too far.

I was injured at work on January 9th, 2012.

On August 13th, 2014 I was physically assaulted by my workers compensation judge, Administrative Law Judge Kenneth Hursh.

On October 15th, 2015…after almost four years of being accused of faking or exaggerating my disabilities…I was diagnosed with Tarlov Cyst Disease.

Then, on December 15th, 2015, after multiple consultations to attempt to get additional medical treatment through “The Hartford” ( the workers compensation adjusters), I was threatened with murder by The Supreme Court of Kansas,

Obviously, there has to be a whole lot more to that story. There is. But it all has one common theme. Whether from family and friends, or from doctors and insurance companies, or from lawyers and judges…when you become disabled and file a workers compensation claim (in particular), you become the victim of what I have described as a genuine mass-psychosis against the disabled. It’s far more than mere prejudice. It’s paranoia. People literally presume that disabled people are just out to get their money, or out to get drugs. People even presume that we are inherently violent; and very interestingly, they presume that we are inherently violent for years before we actually do become violent. You torture people for years, what you get are either violent, or submissive or dead people.

Torturing disabled people never cured a single one of us. But it did create a self-fulfilling prophecy, as Steve N. Gatzoulis of the law firm of Evans & Mullinix might put it.

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