Volpenhein v. Commissioner of Social Security

Plaintiff: Helen Volpenhein
Defendant: Commissioner of Social Security
Case Number: 1:2013cv00235
Filed: April 9, 2013
Court: Ohio Southern District Court
Office: Cincinnati Office
County: ADAMS
Presiding Judge: Sandra S Beckwith
Referring Judge: Stephanie K. Bowman
Nature of Suit: Social Security: SSID Tit. XVI
Cause of Action: 42:416 Denial of Social Security Benefits
Jury Demanded By: None

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Date Filed#Document Text
September 30, 2014 18 Opinion or Order of the Court ORDER adopting Report and Recommendation 15 ; Overruling the objections; Affirming the decision of the ALJ. Signed by Judge Sandra S Beckwith on 9/30/14. (mb)

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Plaintiff: Helen Volpenhein
Represented By: Shoshana Rivka Pehowic
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Defendant: Commissioner of Social Security
Represented By: John J. Stark
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