Hilton v. Commissioner of Social Security

Filing 21

ORDER denying the construed motion for reconsideration in the 20 Response filed by Gregory Maverick Hilton. Signed by Judge William T. Moore, Jr on 3/31/14. (wwp)

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IN THE UNITED STATES DISTRICT COURT FOR THE SOUTHERN DISTRICT OF GEORGIA SAVANNAH DIVISION GREGORY MAVERICK HILTON, Plaintiff, V. ) CAROLYN W COLVIN, Commissioner of the Social Security Administration, CASE NO. CV413-145 ) ) ) Defendant. ) ORDER Before the Court is Plaintiff Gregory Maverick Hilton's Response (Doc. 20) to this Court's Order (Doc. 18) adopting the Magistrate Judge's Report and Recommendation (Doc. 15) and dismissing his case without prejudice. In its previous order, the Court adopted the Report and Recommendation because "Plaintiff did not adequately articulate how he became disabled." (Doc. 18 at 1.) In this response, Plaintiff states that the "following information is the best that I can offer the court to articulate how I became disabled." (Doc. 20 at 1.) Because the Court has previously dismissed this case, the Court will construe Plaintiff's response as a Motion for Reconsideration. After carefully reviewing Plaintiff's motion, however, the Court can find no reason to disturb its prior order. While Plaintiff states that he was struck on the head during the course of a robbery and suffers both difficulty concentrating and short term memory loss (id. at 4) , he offers no information as to how this has rendered him disabled. Moreover, Plaintiff maintains that he was given a valid medical certificate and continued his employment. (Id.) In short, consideration of the information provided by Plaintiff in his response would not serve to alter this Court's conclusion concerning the Magistrate Judge's Report and Recommendation. Accordingly, Plaintiff's construed Motion for Reconsideration must be DENIED. 37' SO ORDERED this .'V day of March 2014. WILLIAM T. MOORE , 'JR. UNITED STATES DISTRICT COURT SOUTHERN DISTRICT OF GEORGIA 2

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