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17-2619 - FRAZIER v. BERRYHILL


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17-2619 - FRAZIER v. BERRYHILL
June 28, 2018
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ENTRY REVIEWING THE COMMISSIONER'S DECISION - Plaintiff Daniel Frazier applied for disability insurance benefits ("DIB") and/or supplemental security income ("SSI") from the Social Security Administration ("SSA") on July 8, 2013, alleging an onset date of June 16, 2008. [Filing No. 18-2 at 38.] His applications were initially denied on November 6, 2013, [Filing No. 18-5 at 2; Filing No. 18-5 at 6], and upon reconsideration on March 13, 2014, [Filing No. 18-5 at 14; Filing No. 18-5 at 18]. Administrative Law Judge Ronald T. Jordan (the "ALJ") held a hearing on November 12, 2015, [Filing No. 18-3 at 23-44], and held a supplemental hearing on April 14, 2016, [Filing No. 19-2 at 4-26]. The ALJ issued a decision on June 17, 2016, concluding that Mr. Frazier was not entitled to receive DIB or SSI. [Filing No. 18-2 at 35.] The Appeals Council denied review on June 13, 2017. [Filing No. 18-2 at 2.] On August 4, 2017, Mr. Frazier timely filed this civil action, asking the Court to review the denial of benefits pursuant to 42 U.S.C. § 405(g) and 42 U.S.C. § 1383(c). [Filing No. 1.] Taken together, the Court can find no legal basis presented by Mr. Frazier to reverse the ALJ's decision that he was not disabled during the relevant time period. Therefore, the decision below is AFFIRMED. Final judgment will issue accordingly. (SEE ENTRY). Signed by Judge Jane Magnus-Stinson on 6/28/2018.(APD)