District of Wisconsin Social Security Cases

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Hodges v. Colvin
as 2:2015cv00620
Plaintiff: John Hodges
Defendant: Carolyn W Colvin
Cause Of Action: Denial Social Security Benefits
Underwood, Gerald v. Social Security Administration
as 3:2015cv00305
Plaintiff: Gerald Keith Underwood
Defendant: Social Security Administration
Cause Of Action: Denial Social Security Benefits
Rodriguez-Carmona v. Colvin
as 2:2015cv00615
Plaintiff: Rosly Rodriguez-Carmona
Defendant: Carolyn W Colvin
Cause Of Action: Denial Social Security Benefits
Tunis v. Colvin We have downloadable decisions or orders for this case
as 2:2015cv00582
Plaintiff: James Tunis
Defendant: Carolyn W Colvin
Cause Of Action: Denial Social Security Benefits
Johnson v. Commissioner of Social Security Administratioin
as 2:2015cv00554
Plaintiff: Shontay D Johnson
Defendant: Commissioner of Social Security Administratioin
Cause Of Action: Review of HHS Decision (DIWW)
Webster v. Colvin We have downloadable decisions or orders for this case
as 2:2015cv00520
Plaintiff: David L Webster
Defendant: Carolyn W Colvin
Cause Of Action: Denial Social Security Benefits
Groskreutz v. Commissioner of Social Security Administration
as 2:2015cv00510
Plaintiff: Marlin Wayne Groskreutz
Defendant: Commissioner of Social Security Administration
Cause Of Action: Review of HHS Decision (DIWW)
Suchocki v. Colvin
as 1:2015cv00462
Plaintiff: Amy B Suchocki
Defendant: Carolyn W Colvin
Cause Of Action: Denial Social Security Benefits
Ekornaas v. Colvin
as 2:2015cv00459
Defendant: Carolyn W Colvin
Plaintiff: Holly Anissa Ekornaas
Cause Of Action: Denial of Social Security Benefits
Robinson v. Colvin
as 1:2015cv00387
Plaintiff: Mari L Robinson
Defendant: Carolyn W Colvin
Cause Of Action: Denial Social Security Benefits
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