Peggy casually sits at her workstation writing in her “MyFazer” (a fictional name of a social networking site). She is reporting on the backyard party she attended over the weekend. She reminisces about the fun she had bouncing on a trampoline with the entire football team before it collapsed. She ponders: Could her resulting injuries be her “golden ticket” to escape from a mountain of debt? Could she now force her employer, INC, to give her a prime office on the first floor and a front-line parking space?

Shortly thereafter, Peggy files suit against the manufacturer of the trampoline. She also advises INC that she sustained a serious injury that dramatically inhibited her mobility and rendered her in need of a workplace “accommodation.”