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    I was fired from a job in Massachusetts on June 3, 2002. I filed a
    discrimination complaint against my employer in July, 2002. In November,
    2002 I applied for and received Social Security disability . The Social
    Security Administration determined that I became disable on June 3, 2002,
    the day I got fired. Does that prevent me from filing discrimination
    charges against my employer? I did not claim to be disabled right up to
    the time I got fired, and I am not seeking front or back pay. Please
    refer to King v. Thomas Memorial Hospital. This case is similar to mine,
    except it went by the West Virginia guidelines.

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    Normally that would not be an absolute bar to a claim. And you may still sue. You may also want to discuss the details with your nearest Department of Labor office.

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