Jennifer Fry and Michael Kelly obtained a reversal of an Administrative Law Judge (ALJ) decision denying both Social Security and SSI disability for a 42 year old claimant. The ALJ found other work existed in the national economy she could perform. The Court agreed the ALJ incorrectly rejected opinion evidence demonstrating more limited use of her hands which precluded her ability to perform the work identified. The Court remanded the case back to the Commissioner for a new hearing.
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