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Arizona District Court Remands

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Arizona District Court Remands

August 15, 2016. Here, the ALJ found that the claimant had mild difficulties in concentration, persistence, or pace, but did not account for these limitations in his RFC finding or in his hypothetical question to the vocational expert.  He found that the claimant could still return to his work as a pharmacist.  We successfully argued that even these mild limitations are required to be included in the RFC finding, but at the very least, need to be posed to the vocational expert in order to make a determination as to whether there are jobs that exist given ALL a claimant’s limitations.

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