BOR reversed denial of UI, ruling that employer had not met burden of proof that employee committed deliberate misconduct.
A thirty five year old claimant filed SSI and SSDI application alleging disability due to learning disabilities, a hip injury, depression
Discussion of observable signs of pain.
ALJ does not have to explicitly state that she is discrediting the claimant's subjective testimony concerning the extent of his pain.
District Court erred by reweighing the evidence.
Fact that claimant failed to seek medical treatment was arguably inconsistent with his complaint of pain and lent credence to suspicions
An ALJ's credibility determinations are owed "considerable deference." Claimant did not seek medical treatment during the time in questio
Ability to Stoop.
Leading case setting out analysis to be used in analyzing pain.