Son of suspected disability scam leader pleaded guilty

 In Social Security Disability

Fifty-four-year-old Douglas Hale entered a guilty plea of grand larceny in Manhattan Supreme Court on September 26  in relation to the wide-scale Social Security disability benefit scam pulled off by New York police officers and firefighters, the New York Daily Post reported.

As a stipulation of the plea, Hale must complete 250 hours of community service and make $100,000 in restitution.

His father, 90-year-old Thomas, was the alleged ringleader of the scheme that defrauded the government of least $20 million in bogus disability benefit claims. The case against Thomas Hale has yet to be tried. Two other ringleaders, Joseph Esposito and John Minerva, made similar guilty pleas.

If you have recently contracted a disability that prevents you from working and earning your daily wages, Social Security disability benefits could be the funds you depend on for support. To feel confident that your benefits application is filed with accuracy and timeliness in San Antonio, make an appointment with the Chris Mayo Law Firm by dialing (210) 999-9999 today.

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