US District Court for the Eastern District of Texas Social Security Cases

Supplemental Security Income Cases, Dockets and Filings
Cases filed
Cases 11 - 20 of 1,448
Hearn v. Commissioner, SSA
as 4:2021cv00562
Plaintiff: Sharon Hearn
Defendant: Commissioner, SSA
Cause Of Action: Denial of Social Security Benefits
Mann v. Commissioner of SSA
as 4:2021cv00489
Plaintiff: Mendi Mann
Defendant: Andrew Saul, Commissioner of SSA and Commissioner, SSA
Cause Of Action: Denial of Social Security Benefits
Wechter v. Saul, Commissioner of SSA
as 4:2021cv00488
Plaintiff: Sharon Wechter
Defendant: Andrew Saul, Commissioner of SSA and Commissioner, SSA
Cause Of Action: Denial of Social Security Benefits
Borra v. Saul, Commissioner of SSA
as 4:2021cv00447
Defendant: Commissioner, SSA
Plaintiff: Linda Ann Borra
Cause Of Action: Denial of Social Security Benefits
Ballidis v. Social Security Administration Commissioner
as 4:2021cv00402
Plaintiff: Amy Ballidis
Defendant: Social Security Administration Commissioner
Cause Of Action: Denial Social Security Benefits
Ballidis v. Commissioner SSA
as 4:2021cv00403
Plaintiff: Amy Ballidis
Defendant: Social Security Administration Commissioner
Cause Of Action: Denial Social Security Benefits
Chapman v. Commissioner of Social Security
as 6:2021cv00206
Plaintiff: Teresa Ann Chapman
Defendant: Commissioner of Social Security
Cause Of Action: Review of HHS Decision (DIWW)
Bramlett v. Saul, Commissioner of SSA
as 2:2021cv00178
Defendant: Andrew Saul, Commissioner of SSA
Plaintiff: Penny Lynn Bramlett
Cause Of Action: Denial of Social Security Benefits
Nero v. Commissioner, SSA
as 4:2021cv00377
Plaintiff: Samara Nero
Defendant: Commissioner, SSA
Cause Of Action: Denial of Social Security Benefits
Willis v. Commissioner, SSA
as 4:2021cv00279
Plaintiff: Bryan Linn Willis
Defendant: Commissioner, SSA
Cause Of Action: Denial of Social Security Benefits

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