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6/6/2008 - Posted by:
The Lawrence Law Firm
Phone: 800-920-9913
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After three hearings and a trip to the Federal Court, our client wins her long fight for benefits!

Our client is a 45 year old Hispanic female who suffered from a litany of physical problems, none of which in their individual capacity were severe enough to meet the listings under the Social Security Regulations. However, the combination of her physical problems caused her to suffer significant depression. The ALJ ignored the claimant's nonexertional limitations and denied her claim. Our firm Appealed the decision and the case was remanded back for a second hearing. The same ALJ heard the case and decided to increase her residual functional capacity from sedentary to light in order to avoid the argument and facts supporting she was functioning at a less than sedentary level. Once again, he denied her claim. The Appeals Council affirmed the decision and we filed a Federal Complaint challenging the decision. The Federal Court remanded the case for a third hearing under a different ALJ.  The second ALJ finally agreed the claimant was functioning at a less than sedentary level and awarded her all of her back benefits. We are extremely proud of the results we obtained on behalf of our client. At the Lawrence Law Firm we fight to the bitter end for the rights of our clients!
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