Cases filed in the Federal Circuit Courts
Cases 1 - 10 of 69
Parson v. Saul
as 20-1221
Defendant / Appellee: ANDREW M. SAUL, Commissioner of the Social Security Administration
Plaintiff / Appellant: BRIDGET BROWN PARSON
Giddings v. SSA
as 20-1138
Petitioner: SONYA GIDDINGS
Respondent: SOCIAL SECURITY ADMINISTRATION
Rodriguez v. SSA
as 20-1025
Respondent: SOCIAL SECURITY ADMINISTRATION
Petitioner: ABEL M. RODRIGUEZ
JARRARD V SSA
as 11-3051
Respondent: Social Security Administration
Petitioner: Thomas G. Jarrard
SALMON V SSA We have downloadable decisions or orders for this case
as 11-3029
Respondent: Social Security Administration
Petitioner: Victoria V. Salmon
WILLIAMS-CARTER V SSA We have downloadable decisions or orders for this case
as 11-3025
Respondent: Social Security Administration
Petitioner: Terri Williams-Carter
OZIER V MSPB We have downloadable decisions or orders for this case
as 10-3060
Respondent: Merit Systems Protection Board, Social Security Administration, Merit Systems Protection Board and others
Telin W. Ozier: , , and others
Petitioner: Telin W. Ozier, Telin W. Ozier, Telin W. Ozier and others
HAWKINS V SSA We have downloadable decisions or orders for this case
as 10-3012
Petitioner: Cherie D. Hawkins, Cherie D. Hawkins, Cherie D. Hawkins and others
Respondent: Social Security Administration, Social Security Administration, Social Security Administration and others
ALSTON V SSA We have downloadable decisions or orders for this case
as 10-3007
Petitioner: James Alston, James Alston, James Alston and others
Respondent: Social Security Administration, Social Security Administration, Social Security Administration and others
STEVERSON V SSA We have downloadable decisions or orders for this case
as 09-3287
Petitioner: London Steverson
Respondent: Social Security Administration

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