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Administrative: Disability Insurance and SSI- Denial of Benefits Application- Evidence of Limitation in Ability to Work

After being laid off, petitioner filed for disability benefits, alleging problems with her back, knee and thumb, as well as incontinence. An ALJ denied petitioner’s application, finding her statements concerning the limiting effects of her alleged symptoms to be not ...

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Administrative: Disability Insurance and SSI- Denial of Benefits Application- Evidence of Limitation in Ability to Work

Where ALJ found petitioner’s testimony concerning her medical and physical limitations to be not entirely credible, ALJ was not required to ask vocational expert about hypothetical limitations or determine petitioner’s residual functional capacity according to alleged limitations. Judgment is affirmed. ...

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