Prindable v. Commissioner of Social Security
Plaintiff: Social Security Administration
Defendant: Dennis Prindable
Case Number: 3:2019cv00837
Filed: August 1, 2019
Court: US District Court for the Southern District of Illinois
Nature of Suit: Social Security: DIWC/DIWW
Cause of Action: 42:205
Jury Demanded By: None
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Date Filed Document Text
August 1, 2019 Filing 2 MOTION for Leave to Proceed in forma pauperis by Dennis Prindable. (Van Fossan, Jennifer)
August 1, 2019 Filing 1 COMPLAINT against Social Security Administration, filed by Dennis Prindable. (Attachments: #1 Civil Cover Sheet Civil Cover Sheet, #2 Summons William Barr, #3 Summons Andrew Saul, #4 Summons Kwame Raoul)(Van Fossan, Jennifer)

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Represented By: Jennifer M. Van Fossan
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