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Recent Social Security Cases by the Law Offices of Erik W. Berger in Federal Court

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Michael v. Colvin, 3:14-cv-1357-J-JBT (M.D. Fla. July 13, 2015)

– In Michael we argued that the Administrative Law Judge improperly determined that the Plaintiff was required to pay back Supplemental Security Income benefits awarded to her as a result of her disability.  The Court agreed that the ALJ’s decision was not legally deficient and remanded for a new determination and with instructions that the ALJ specifically address the credibility of the Plaintiff and her father.


Salisbury v. Colvin, 3:14-cv-789-J-MCR (M.D. Fla. July 9, 2015) –

In Salisbury the claimant’s treating physician offered the opinion that she could not perform any work on a regular and consistent basis due to impairments to include lumbar degenerative disc disease, chronic back pain, sciatica and obesity.  The ALJ though disregarded the opinions of the treating physician specialists and the Law office of Erik W. Berger argued that the ALJ failed to provide good reasons for disregarding the Plaintiff’s own physicians.  The Court agreed with us and remanded the Plaintiff’s claim for a new hearing with instructions that the ALJ reconsider the opinions from the Plaintiff’s own physicians and re-assess whether the Plaintiff was entitled to Social Security disability benefits.


Stacy v. Colvin, 3:14-cv-525-MCR (M.D. Fla. June 3, 2015) –

The Court in Stacy agreed with the Law Office of Erik W. Berger that the Social Security Administration erred when it failed to properly evaluate the medical opinions of numerous physicians that supported the conclusion that the claimant could not perform any work on a regular and consistent basis.  As a result of the various errors committed by the ALJ, the Court reversed the decision that the Plaintiff was not disabled and remanding his claim for a new hearing and a new decision on his entitlement to Social Security disability benefits.

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