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

Plaintiff appealed from the district court’s order affirming the denial of Social Security disability insurance benefits to plaintiff. Where plaintiff received a full and fair administrative hearing, there was no basis for the district court to overrule Social Security Administration’s ...

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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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Administrative: Social Security Disability-Denial of Benefits-Substantial Gainful Activity

Where a claimant challenged the denial of her application for Social Security disability-insurance benefits, the judgment is affirmed because the conclusions of the administrative law judge that the claimant could perform her past relevant work as a receptionist and that ...

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