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Charles v. Colvin

United States District Court, Ninth Circuit

December 11, 2013

ROCHELLE R. CHARLES, Plaintiff,
v.
CAROLYN COLVIN, Acting Commissioner of Social Security, Defendant.

REPORT AND RECOMMENDATION

BRIAN A. TSUCHIDA, Magistrate Judge.

Plaintiff appeals the denial of her disability application. Dkt. 5. The parties stipulate the case should be reversed and remanded for further administrative proceedings pursuant to sentence four of 42 U.S.C. § 405(g). Dkt. 23.

The Court has considered the parties' stipulation and the record and recommends the case be REVERSED and REMANDED under sentence four of 42 U.S.C. § 405(g), for further administrative proceedings. On remand, the Administrative Law Judge will conduct a de novo hearing and offer plaintiff the opportunity to appear at the new administrative hearing. Plaintiff may testify, submit additional evidence, and make new arguments at the hearing. The ALJ shall make a new, full sequential disability evaluation, including re-evaluating plaintiff's impairments. New medical evidence, if available, shall be considered on remand. The ALJ should evaluate the opinions of Kok E. Lee, M.D., William R. Wilkinson, Ed.D., Eve Paretsky, M.D., and Mark Zimmerman, LMHC. The ALJ should also re-evaluate the other medical opinions to determine if any new medical evidence or Dr. Lee's, Dr. Wilkinson's, Dr. Paretsky's, and Mr. Zimmerman's opinions affect the medical analysis. If the ALJ rejects any of the medical opinions, the ALJ should provide legally sufficient explanation of the reasons. The ALJ shall reassess whether the claimant meets a listing. The ALJ shall re-evaluate the other medical evidence, plaintiff's impairments, plaintiff's credibility, plaintiff's residual functional capacity, and plaintiff's ability to perform work at steps four and five, as necessary. The ALJ shall reevaluate whether the claimant's prior employment was performed at the level required to be a substantial gainful activity. If necessary, the ALJ shall obtain vocational expert testimony to help determine plaintiff's ability to perform work at steps four and five. The ALJ shall issue a new decision. The parties stipulate that this remand be made pursuant to sentence four of 42 U.S.C. § 405(g).

Because the parties have stipulated that the case be remanded as set forth above, the Court recommends that United States District Judge Ricardo S. Martinez immediately approve this Report and Recommendation and order the case REVERSED and REMANDED for further administrative proceedings. A proposed order accompanies this Report and Recommendation


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