“Leissner’s alleged warning to McMann not to die in someone’s apartment, may enable a reasonable jury to find that Leissner regarded McMann as having an impairment, namely heart disease, which substantially limits him in the major life activity of working.”

McMann v. Greystar Management Services, LP, CA No. 1:12-CV-909, 2013 WL 6243847 at *5 (W.D. Tex. Dec. 2, 2013) (Austin, J.).