North Carolina District Court Reverses ALJ
October 5, 2015. The district court found that the ALJ “did a completely inadequate job of analyzing medical records and explaining her decision[.]” The ALJ found that the claimant only had moderate limitations in concentration, persistence, or pace, despite the medical record being “replete with evidence” of the claimant’s difficulties with concentration. Additionally, the district court found that the ALJ’s analysis of the claimant’s treating doctor’s opinions were “factually incorrect and legally insufficient”.