Neggie v. Commissioner of Social Security
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|July 23, 2014
ORDER adopting 23 Report and Recommendation of the Magistrate Judge. (1)The Report and Recommendation of the Magistrate Judge (Doc. 23) is ADOPTED, CONFIRMED, and APPROVED in all respects and is made a part of this Order for all purposes, includi ng appellate review. (2),The Plaintiff's appeal of the Commissioner of the Social Security Administration's final decision denying her claim for supplemental security income is GRANTED. (3) The final decision of the Commissioner is REVERS ED. This case is REMANDED to the Commissioner pursuant to sentence four of 42 U.S.C. § 405(g) for further proceedings. The Commissioner is directed to (a) reevaluate Plaintiff's testimony regarding the effects of her impairments and consid er Plaintiff's inability to afford certain treatment and (b) reevaluate the medical opinions of record, specifically the opinions of Dr. Hart and Dr. Akagbosu. (4) If benefits are awarded on remand and Plaintiff's counsel deems it appropr iate to move for § 406(b) fees, such an application should be filed within the parameters set forth by the Order entered in Case No. 6:12-mc-124-Orl-22 (In Re: Procedures for Applying for Attorney's Fees Under 42 U.S.C. §§ 406(b) and 1383(d)(2)). (5) The Clerk is directed to terminate any pending motions, enter a judgment in favor of Plaintiff, and close this case. Signed by Judge Charlene Edwards Honeywell on 7/23/2014. (BGS)
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