Allen v. Colvin

Plaintiff: Latoya Allen
Defendant: Carolyn W. Colvin
Case Number: 2:2015cv00399
Filed: August 7, 2015
Court: Alabama Southern District Court
Office: Selma Office
County: Mobile
Presiding Judge: William H. Steele
Referring Judge: Bert W. Milling
Nature of Suit: Supplemental Security Income
Cause of Action: 42:405
Jury Demanded By: None

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January 29, 2016 21 Opinion or Order of the Court MEMORANDUM OPINION AND ORDER that this action be REVERSED and REMANDED for further administrative proceedings consistent with this opinion, to include at a minimum, a supplemental hearing for the gathering of evidence regarding plaintiff's ability to work. Signed by Magistrate Judge Bert W. Milling, Jr on 1/29/2016. (srr)

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Plaintiff: Latoya Allen
Represented By: Monica H. Grecu(Designation Retained)
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