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Administrative Law: Disability Benefits-Denial of Application-Residual Functional Capacity

Where a claimant of disability benefits challenged the denial of her application, substantial evidence supported the administrative law judge’s finding of residual functional capacity related to her right hand, so the judgment is affirmed. Judgment is affirmed. Pemberton v. Saul ...

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Administrative: Social Security Disability Insurance-Denial of Application

Petitioner appealed the denial of his application for disability insurance benefits. Where substantial record evidence supported the ALJ’s and district court’s determination that petitioner was not entitled to disability insurance benefits, the district court properly affirmed the denial of petitioner’s ...

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Administrative: Real Estate Sales License-Denial Of Application-Probationary License

Where the Real Estate Commission challenged the Administrative Hearing Commission’s grant of a probationary license to an applicant for a Missouri real estate sales license, the trial court’s judgment reversing the decision is reversed because the grant of the probationary ...

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Administrative: Supplemental Security Income-Denial of Application-Residual Functional Capacity Determination

Plaintiff appealed the district court’s upholding of the denial of plaintiff’s application for supplemental security income, challenging the administrative law judge’s determination of plaintiff’s residual functional capacity Where the ALJ gave valid reasons to discount plaintiff’s subjected mental complaint and ...

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Administrative: Social Security Disability Benefits-Denial of Application-Sufficiency of Evidence

  Plaintiff applied for Social Security disability benefits, alleging mild intellectual disability, low education, slow learning ability and memory problems. Although an Administrative Law Judge found plaintiff had three severe impairments, the ALJ concluded that none of the impairments alone ...

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