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15-810 - CRASE v. COLVIN

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15-810 - CRASE v. COLVIN
April 13, 2016
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ENTRY REVIEWING THE COMMISSIONER'S DECISION. The Court VACATES the ALJ's decision denying Ms. Crase's benefits and REMANDS this matter for further proceedings pursuant to 42 U.S.C. ยง 405(g) (sentence four). Final judgment shall issue accordingly. On remand, the ALJ must properly consider the following: 1) provide a proper credibility determination; 2) properly evaluate the statements from Ms. Crase's husband; 3) appropriately consider Dr. Borgmeier's opinions in accordance with the Social Security regulations; and 4) appropriately consider Dr. Wiseman's Mental RFC Assessment in accordance with the Social Security regulations. In addition, on remand the ALJ should also appropriately consider and discuss the following issues raised in Ms. Crase's opening brief: 1) the effect of Ms. Crase's work record on the ALJ's credibility determination; 2) the Indiana Family and Social Services Administration's decision regarding Ms. Crase's disability in accordance to SSR 06-03p; and 3) all of Ms. Crase's Global Assessments of Functioning scores. (See entry.) Signed by Judge Jane Magnus-Stinson on 4/13/2016. (BGT)