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The lawsuit on Concurrent Receipt 

**Please read thoroughly**


The lawsuit on Concurrent Receipt has just been filed and is part of the

public record. I have attached the court claim.

We are asking the court to award back damages, up to $10,000. If they award

it that is what our contingency fee would be based on - not future pay. If

they award no back pay we may still get the law changed, but would receive

no attorney contingency fees. Please select from one of the five options

below if you wish to join our suit. Thanks.

Anyone wishing to join this suit can utilize one of five options we have

devised for funding.

Either: 

1.Send a retainer of $1,000. and we get no contingency fee and pay
all costs associated with your case;

2. Send in a retainer of $500., and we will take a contingency agreement of
10% of the BACK damages only, if we win;

3. Send in a retainer of $200., and we will take a contingency

agreement for 25% of the BACK damages only, if we win, or;

4. Send $100., and we will take a contingency agreement for 30%

of any BACK damages only, if we win, or;

5. Send $50., and we will take a contingency agreement for

30% of any BACK damages only, if we win.


Under no circumstances do attorneys get any percentage of future money

recovered.



We devised this hybrid method of funding this case because there are many

who can not afford a lot of money out of pocket, and I do not want to leave

anyone out. However, the expenses of this litigation will be far more than

I can fund by myself.

Please respond with your address, phone number, percentage of disability,

date of retirement, and which of the two methods above you would like. We

will send you the appropriate forms.

Also, please circulate this to your friends. If we get a large enough
participation we will drop the contingency fee. It is not my intention to
receive any windfall from this action. If the courts do not certify us as a
class we will proceed anyway as a MASS action. The only difference between a
class and a mass action is that in a mass action only those who sign up will
be awarded any damages. Non-participants would then have to bring their own
separate suit. With this action you will be covered either way.

Thank You

  pjones@thetexasfirm.com 

Philip E. Jones, (USA, RET)
Attorney at Law
126 East Main Plaza
San Antonio, Texas 78205
Phone: (210) 224-1923; Fax: (210) 227-4229
Web site:  http://unitedvets.tripod.com