Kevin Voight v. Carolyn Colvin

Plaintiff - Appellant: KEVIN VOIGHT
Defendant - Appellee: CAROLYN W. COLVIN, Acting Commissioner of Social Security
Case Number: 14-2303
Filed: June 16, 2014
Court: U.S. Court of Appeals, Seventh Circuit
Nature of Suit: S.S.I.D.

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March 26, 2015 Summary Voigt v. Colvin

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March 26, 2015 702497276 Opinion or Order of the Court Filed opinion of the court by Judge Posner. The judgment of the district court is REVERSED and the case REMANDED to that court with instructions to remand it to the Social Security Administration for further proceedings consistent with the opinion. Richard A. Posner, Circuit Judge; Michael S. Kanne, Circuit Judge and John Daniel Tinder, Circuit Judge. [6650837-1] [6650837] [14-2303]
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Plaintiff - appellant: KEVIN VOIGHT
Represented By: Dana Wayne Duncan
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Defendant - appellee: CAROLYN W. COLVIN, Acting Commissioner of Social Security
Represented By: Richard D. Humphrey
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