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Case Summaries

Arizona District Court Reverses ALJ

April 11, 2017.  The ALJ denied benefits to a claimant with arthritis, among other impairments, finding she could perform “light” work, yet neglecting to include her need for a cane in his RFC finding or hypothetical question to the vocational expert...
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Georgia District Court Remands

March 31, 2017.  After the ALJ denied benefits, the claimant submitted additional evidence to the Appeals Council regarding his gastrointestinal impairment and diabetes (including a medical source statement from the claimant’s treating provider), however,...
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Indiana District Court Remands

March 27, 2017.  In this case, the claimant objected to vocational expert testimony, but the ALJ failed to address these objections at all, one of which dealt with the fact that the vocational expert’s testimony was not consistent with more up-to-date...
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Arizona District Court reverses ALJ

March 24, 2017.  Here, the claimant complained of extreme pain that prevented her from working, yet the objective medical evidence did not show pain to this extent.  The ALJ, discrediting the claimant’s subjective complaints of pain, denied benefits....
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Texas District Court reverses ALJ

March 24, 2017.  A claimant with diabetes and complications from diabetes was denied benefits when the ALJ found that he could perform other work, after dismissing the opinion of the claimant’s treating physician that he could only perform part-time...
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New York District Court Remands

January 13, 2017.  In this case, a claimant with severe mental impairments was denied benefits after the ALJ rejected the opinions of the claimant’s treating physicians in favor of non-acceptable medical sources, citing that the treating physicians...
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