Nash v. Commissioner, Social Security Administration

The Eighth Circuit affirmed the denial of plaintiff's application for disability insurance benefits and supplemental security income. The court held that good reasons and substantial evidence supported the ALJ's determination that plaintiff's claimed limitations were not entirely credible. In this case, the ALJ considered plaintiff's alleged limitations, and substantial evidence supported the ALJ's residual functional assessment. Finally, the district court properly denied plaintiff's request for another hearing. View "Nash v. Commissioner, Social Security Administration" on Justia Law