Gann v. Berryhill

The Eighth Circuit reversed the denial of disability insurance benefits (DIB) and supplemental security income (SSI), holding that substantial evidence was insufficient to support the ALJ's denial of benefits. In this case, the ALJ's residual functional capacity assessment and hypothetical question to the vocational expert (VE) did not contain all impairments supported by substantial evidence in the record, and thus the VE's testimony was not substantial evidence. View "Gann v. Berryhill" on Justia Law