District of Connecticut Social Security Cases

Cases filed

Cases 1 - 10 of 1,440
Nardone v. Colvin
as 3:2015cv00779
Plaintiff: Eliza Mary Nardone
Defendant: Carolyn W. Colvin
Cause Of Action: dc Review of SSA Decision SSDC - Concurrent Title II and Title XVI Claims
Stanchfield v. Colvin
as 3:2015cv00777
Defendant: Carolyn W. Colvin
Plaintiff: Sheryl Stanchfield
Cause Of Action: Review of HHS Decision (SSID)
Smith v. Commissioner of Social Security
as 3:2015cv00747
Plaintiff: Stephen J. Smith
Defendant: Commissioner of Social Security
Cause Of Action: Review of HHS Decision (SSID)
Harris v. Colvin
as 3:2015cv00742
Plaintiff: Wayne Harris
Defendant: Carolyn W. Colvin
Cause Of Action: Denial of Social Security Benefits
Collins v. Colvin
as 3:2015cv00734
Plaintiff: Everett Ricky Collins
Defendant: Carolyn W. Colvin
Cause Of Action: Review of SSA Decision SSDC - Concurrent Title II and Title XVI Claims
Holmes v. Colvin
as 3:2015cv00687
Plaintiff: Tracie Holmes
Defendant: Carolyn W. Colvin
Cause Of Action: Review of SSA Decision SSDC - Concurrent Title II and Title XVI Claims
Seguinot v. Commissioner of Social Security
as 3:2015cv00685
Plaintiff: Enid A. Seguinot
Defendant: Commissioner of Social Security
Cause Of Action: Review of HHS Decision (SSID)
Davis v. Commissioner of Social Security
as 3:2015cv00668
Plaintiff: Donald Charles Davis
Defendant: Commissioner of Social Security
Cause Of Action: Review of SSA Decision SSDC - Concurrent Title II and Title XVI Claims
Aguilar v. Colvin
as 3:2015cv00643
Plaintiff: Diana Aguilar
Defendant: Carolyn W. Colvin
Cause Of Action: Social Security Benefits
Nettleton v. Colvin
as 3:2015cv00625
Plaintiff: Karen S. Nettleton
Defendant: Carolyn W. Colvin
Cause Of Action: Review of SSA Decision SSDC - Concurrent Title II and Title XVI Claims
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