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Mar 10, 1983 ... The Court of Appeals affirmed the denial of the damage claims, but vacated and remanded the issue of injunctive relief in light of its opinion. Rogers v. Okin ... is so affected that he is unable to protect himself in the community and that reasonable provision for his protection is not available in the community.


United States Court of Appeals, Fourth Circuit. Ricky E. BROWN, Plaintiff– Appellant, v. COMMISSIONER SOCIAL SECURITY ADMINISTRATION, Defendant–Appellee. No. 16-1578. Decided: September 29, 2017. Before NIEMEYER, KING, and WYNN, Circuit Judges.ARGUED: Hannah Rogers Metcalfe, Metcalfe & Atkinson, ...


Jun 1, 1998 ... Drummond v. Commissioner of Social Security, 126 F.3d 837 (6th Cir. 1997) -- Effect of Prior Findings on Adjudication of a Subsequent Disability Claim ... claim on which there has been a final decision by an Administrative Law Judge (ALJ) or the Appeals Council, the Social Security Administration (SSA) ...


Federal Social Security cases filed in U.S. District Courts and U.S. Courts of Appeals. ... Defendant: Commissioner of Social Security Administration. Cause Of ... Treadwell v. Social Security Administration. Filed: March 20, 2018 as 4: 2018cv00211. Plaintiff: Roger D Treadwell. Defendant: Social Security Administration.


Rogers v. Commissioner: Preliminary. Steven K. Hoge, MD; Thomas G. Gutheil, MD; and Eric Kaplan, MD. Preliminary findings on the effects of the Massachusetts ruling in Rogers v. Commissioner ... consent to do so or else must undergo similar judicial ... Evaluation Clinic, Department of Psychiatry, Univer- concerns that ...


Sep 7, 2012 ... v. COMMISSIONER OF SOCIAL SECURITY,. Defendant-Appellee. X. -. -. -. -. >,. -. -. N. No. 11-2304. Appeal from the United States District Court for the Western District of Michigan at ... under the Social Security Act. While the administrative law judge (“ALJ”) recognized that claimant suffered from physical.


Feb 23, 2017 ... 'Show Your Work' - Fourth Circuit Remands SSA Claim for ALJ's Failure to Employ Special Technique in Evaluating Claimant's Mental Impairment Area of Law: Administrative Law Issue Presented: Whether an Administrative Law Judge's failure to follow the special technique required by 20 C.F.R. ...


Therefore he decided to arrange for a quantity of his semen to be preserved. Woodward died later that year. In 1995, the appellant gave birth to two children. She applied two forms of social security, “child's” benefits and “mother's” benefits. The Social Security Administration rejected her claim on the ground that she had ...


Jan 1, 1984 ... those legal concerns in its recent decision in Rogers v. Commissioner of the Department of Mental Health.9 The supreme judicial court held ... petent mental patients, no rational distinction exists and a denial of equal protection may ..... himself as manifested by evidence that such person's judgment is so.