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Eastern District of Wisconsin

Osterhout Berger Disability Law > Case Summaries  > Eastern District of Wisconsin

Eastern District of Wisconsin

This case, on referral from another attorney, was remanded by the District Court in the Eastern District of Wisconsin because the ALJ had failed to give appropriate consideration to the psychological consultative examiner, and to the state agency consultant psychologist, whose assessments established far greater limitations than was set forth in the ALJ’s mental RFC for “simple routine jobs”. With respect to both opinions, the ALJ claimed to give these opinions “great weight” but failed to incorporate the limitations fairly set forth in those decisions.

OBL Staff