Martinez v. Astrue, 10-1957
Martinez v. Astrue, 10-1957, concerned a challenge to the district court's affirmance of the Social Security Administration's denials of petitioners' applications for disability benefits and supplemental security income benefits. The court held that two of the three cases require reversal as infirmities similar to those found in Spiva are present. However, the third case does not require reversal as the administrative law judge's opinion was thorough and well supported.
- Read the Seventh Circuit's Full Decision in Martinez v. Astrue, 10-1957
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