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Unemployment Compensation: Denial of Benefits-Misconduct-Poor Performance Rule

Where a claimant of unemployment compensation challenged the denial of benefits, the commission erred in finding that the claimant was disqualified from receiving benefits because he violated the employer’s rule against poor performance because a general rule prohibiting poor performance ...

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Administrative Law: Denial of Benefits-Residual Functional Capacity

Where a claimant challenged the denial of his claim for disability insurance benefits and supplemental security income, the adverse decision was supported by substantial evidence, including the residual functional capacity finding and the conclusion based on vocational expert testimony that ...

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Workers’ Compensation: Denial of Benefits-Risk of Injury-Stairway Accident

Where a claimant, who was injured when he tripped on stairs at work, challenged the denial of worker’s compensation benefits, there was no credible evidence that his risk of walking down stairs at the time of the injury was greater ...

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Workers’ Compensation: Denial of Benefits-Evidence of Unusual Hazard or Risk

Claimant appealed from the denial of workers’ compensation benefits, which she sought after suffering a fall at work when she slipped on her school’s linoleum floor. Where claimant failed to show a particularly hazardous condition of the floor, her inability ...

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Administrative Law: Social Security Disability Insurance-Denial of Benefits-Administrative Hearing

Plaintiff appealed from the district court’s order with the help from a social security disability lawyer affirming the denial of Social Security disability insurance benefits to plaintiff. The most important reason to hire an attorney to help with your disability case ...

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Administration: Social Security-Denial of Benefits-Intellectual Disorder

Where a claimant of supplemental security income challenged the denial of her application for benefits, the administrative law judge properly determined that the claimant’s limitations from her intellectual disorder and obesity did not rise to the level of a disability, ...

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Administration: Social Security-Denial of Benefits

Where a claimant challenged the denial of disability insurance benefits, the administrative law judge properly discounted the claimant’s subjective complaints, and substantial evidence supported the determination that the claimant was not entitled to benefits, so the judgment is affirmed. Judgment ...

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Administrative: Supplemental Security Income-Denial of Benefits-Residual Functional Capacity

Plaintiff appealed from the denial of his application for supplemental security income. Although plaintiff was found to suffer from borderline intellectual functioning, learning delays, schizoaffective disorder, and mood, personality, and anxiety disorders, an ALJ concluded that plaintiff could perform his ...

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