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applicability

01/01/1984
per curiam -- Campbell, CJ; Coffin, Breyer, JJ

No substantial evidence that hypertension not controlled because of claimant's failure to follow prescribed treatment.

01/01/1984

Secretary was entitled to apply Grid despite claimant's moderate anxiety neurosis, because the court finds substantial support for Appeal

01/01/1982

Where the Medical-Vocational Guidelines require a finding of "not disabled," the ALJ need not name specific jobs that the claimant could

01/01/1995

ALJ did not err in relying on Grid where substantial evidence supported ALJ's conclusion that pain did not impair claimant's ability to p

01/01/1989

ALJ was free to rely solely on the Grids where he found that nonexertional impairments did not have a significant impact on the claimant'

01/01/1988

Grid use precluded in view of history of significant mental disorders.

01/01/1994

Even though Chronic Fatigue Syndrome POMS were promulgated after adverse ALJ decision, previous version of same section of POMS re: evalu

01/01/1984

Pain can constitute a significant nonexertional impairment which precludes naked application of the Grid and requires use of a vocational

01/01/1989

The Court "pays particular attention' to the ALJ's evaluation of complaints of pain in light of their subjective nature," quoting Sherwin

01/01/1982

The burden of showing the existence of other jobs in the national economy that the claimant can perform (Step 5) rests on the Secretary.

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