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Administrative-Social Security – Disability – Evidence – Credibility – Obesity (access required)

Maner v. Colvin (Lawyers Weekly No. 002-172-14, 10 pp.) (R. Bryan Harwell, J.) 1:12-cv-02969; D.S.C. Holding: While plaintiff’s long work history (teaching for the same employer from 1971 to 2004) might be a factor supporting credibility, it is not controlling. The substantial evidence supports the administrative law judge’s finding that plaintiff was not credible. The ALJ ...

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