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Reopening

03/31/2013
John H. Rich III, U.S. Magistrate Judge

Claimant filed concurrent applications for disablity benefits.  SSA allowed the SSI application at Reconsideration but denied the SSDI ap

01/01/1978

A claimant who was earlier denied at reconsideration, and then filed a new claim but presented no new evidence, cannot get a hearing and/

01/01/1977

A decision that a claimant lacks the necessary quarters of coverage can be reopened only under certain limited circumstances.

01/01/1977

Califano v. Sanders, (430 U.S. 99 [1977]) foreclosed judicial review of reopening decision absent a constitutional claim.

01/01/1973

Supports judicial review of reopening decisions.

01/01/1973

Raises, but does not resolve, the issue of whether a claimant's mental disability should relieve him of the time limitations on reopening

01/01/1977

Where there is a colorable constitutional claim, it is error for district court to dismiss appeal of denial of reopening for lack of subj

01/01/1989

The denial of a request to reopen an application for disability benefits is ordinarily not reviewable in federal court, although an excep

01/01/1988

A dismissal of a hearing request on res judicata grounds, where the current claim has the same factual basis as the earlier decision, is

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