Federal Court Remand Obtained by Auburn, AL SS Attorney

The Auburn, AL Social Security Disability Lawyers of Carmichael Law Group LLC are pleased to announce in Brooks v. Colvin, 3:15-CV-00851WC (M.D. Ala. October 26, 2016), the Honorable Judge Capel for the Middle District of Alabama determined that the ALJ committed reversible error in failing to properly consider the teacher evaluation. The Court noted that 

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Court Determined ALJ Erred and Awarded Disability Benefits

The Social Security Disability Lawyers (Opelika, AL) of Carmichael Law Group LLC are pleased to announce in Sweetwyne v. Colvin, 3:15-CV-218 (M.D. Ala. April 29, 2016), the Honorable Judge Coody for the Middle District of Alabama held that the ALJ committed reversible error by failing to apply the RFC (residual functional capacity) correctly in finding 

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ALJ Failed to Properly Consider Side Effects of Medications

The Social Security Disability Lawyers (Columbus, GA) of Carmichael Law Group LLC are pleased to announce in Burden v. Colvin, 2:14-CV-915 (M.D. Ala. March 31, 2016), the Honorable Judge Walker for the Middle District of Alabama determined that the ALJ committed reversible error in failing to consider the side effects of the Claimant’s prescription medication 

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Attorney Brian Carmichael Selected to Legal Honor Organization

Carmichael Law Group LLC is pleased to announce that Mr. Brian R. Carmichael has been selected for inclusion into The National Advocates, Bankruptcy Law specialty, an honor given to only a select group of lawyers as recognition of their superior skills and qualifications in the field. The selection for this exclusive list is limited to 

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Alabama ALJ’s Opinion Reversed due to inadequate evaluation of Claimant’s Mental Conditions

The Disability Lawyers (Auburn, AL) of Carmichael Law Group LLC are pleased to report in Kelley v. Colvin, the Honorable Judge Walker of the United States District Court, Middle District of Alabama recently agreed with our brief that the ALJ’s decision failed to properly reject the medical opinions expressed by the treating psychiatrist. In the 

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Alabama Social Security ALJ Failed to Properly Evaluate Pain Testimony

The Auburn, AL Social Security Disability Attorneys of Carmichael Law Group LLC are pleased to report in Spinks v. Colvin, 3:12cv1095-SRW (M.D. Ala. July 18, 2014), the Honorable Judge Walker of the United States District Court for the Middle District of Alabama recently agreed with our position that the ALJ committed reversible error in failing 

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Alabama ALJ Failed to Evaluate Opinion Evidence in Accordance with Social Security Ruling 96-6p

The Alabama Disability Attorneys of Carmichael Law Group LLC are pleased to report in Caldwell v. Colvin, Judge Capel of the United States District Court for the Middle District of Alabama recently agreed with our position that the ALJ failed to evaluate the medical opinions of the psychological state agency consultant as required by Social 

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Alabama Social Security ALJ Improperly Rejected Treating Physician’s Medical Opinions

The Opelika Social Security Disability Lawyers of Carmichael Law Group LLC are pleased to report in Munroe v. Colvin, 2:13-CV-202 (M.D. Ala. May 14, 2014), the Honorable Judge Walker for the Middle District of Alabama recently determined that the ALJ committed reversible error in rejecting the medical opinions expressed by the treating physician.  In our 

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Social Security Launches Process to Expedite 100% Permanent and Total (P&T) Veteran Claims

The Social Security Administration recently launched a new process to expedite disability claims by veterans with a rating of 100% Permanent and Total (P&T) from the VA. While both Social Security and VA pay disability benefits, it is important to understand that both programs have different criteria for determining whether or not you are disabled. 

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Alabama ALJ Erred in Evaluating Social Security Disability Claim Under Listing 12.05

The Columbus, GA Social Security Disability Lawyers of Carmichael Law Group LLC are pleased to report in Acoff v. Colvin, the Honorable Judge Capel for the Middle District of Alabama recently determined that the ALJ erred in the evaluation of the claimant’s mental retardation and Listing 12.05. In our brief before the Court, we challenged 

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