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Revels v. Colvin

United States District Court, W.D. Washington, Seattle

December 11, 2014

SIRENA REVELS, Plaintiff,
v.
CAROLYN W. COLVIN, Acting Commissioner of Social Security, Defendant.

REPORT AND RECOMMENDATION

JOHN L. WEINBERG, Magistrate Judge.

BASIC DATA

Type of benefits sought:

() Disability Insurance
(X) Supplemental Security Income

Plaintiff's:

Sex: Female
Age: 42 at amended onset date

Principal Disabilities Alleged by Plaintiff: degenerative joint disease of left knee; degenerative disc disease, status post laminectomy and microdiscectomy with postlaminectomy syndrome of lumbar region; hammer toe and drop foot of left lower extremity with atrophy of calf; major depressive disorder; PTSD.

Disability Allegedly Began: May 16, 2011

Principal Previous Work Experience: construction worker, packager machine Plaintiff Last Worked: last posted earnings in 1998 Education Level Achieved by Plaintiff: high school

PROCEDURAL HISTORY - ADMINISTRATIVE

Before ALJ Scott R. Morris:

Date of Hearing: October 31, 2012, hearing transcript AR 43-84
Date of Decision: February 11, 2013
Appears in Record at: AR 25-37
Summary of Decision:
Claimant has not engaged in substantial gainful activity since her alleged onset date. She has severe impairments of degenerative joint disease of left knee; degenerative disc disease, status post laminectomy and microdiscectomy with postlaminectomy syndrome of lumbar region; hammer toe and drop foot of left lower extremity with atrophy of calf; major depressive disorder; and PTSD. Her impairments, even in combination, do not qualify under the Listings.
She has the RFC to perform light work but is limited to standing and/or walking four hours in an eight hour workday, performing simple, routine tasks. She can be around coworkers but should have only occasional interaction with coworkers and no tandem task work with coworkers and no more than superficial interaction with the public.
She cannot perform her past relevant work. Testimony of a vocational expert indicates there are jobs she can perform including assembler production, sorter agricultural produce, and mail clerk. This establishes she can perform substantial work which exists in the national economy and requires a finding of "not disabled."

Before Appeals Council:

Date of Decision: December ...

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