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North Carolina District Court Reverses ALJ

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North Carolina District Court Reverses ALJ

September 26, 2016.  In this case, the ALJ denied benefits, in part, after finding that a claimant with moderate limitations with regard to concentration, persistence, or pace was able to perform simple, repetitive tasks.  The district court reversed and remanded for further proceedings after we successfully argued that this restriction, without further explanation, did not adequately account for the claimant’s limitations in concentration, persistence, or pace.

OBL Staff