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Godfrey v Astruem, Civil Action 4:10-CV-40075-TSH (D.Mass, March 14, 2012)

Date: 
03/14/2012
Author: 
Timothy S. Hillman, USMJ
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Borderline Intellectual Functioning , orthopedic.

Remand was appropriate where the ALJ's hypothetical to VE did not include any limitations related to claimant's borderline intellectual (e.g., moderate limitations in concentration, persistence or pace, and in ability to remember and carry out detailed instructions).

Ct. rejects claimant's arguments that ALJ did not give proper weight to the treating source and that the treating source's functional limitations were supported by substantial evidence.

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