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New York District Court Reverses ALJ

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New York District Court Reverses ALJ

May 13, 2015. In this case, on referral from a national Social Security representative group, we successfully argued that the ALJ had failed to appropriately evaluate the medical opinion evidence of record, failed to consult a vocational expert prior to making his step 5 finding that the claimant could perform other work, and (at least arguably) failed to find that the claimant’s mental impairments were “severe”. The government moved for remand following the filing of our brief.

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