Spreadbury v. Bitterroot Public Library et al
RESPONSE to Motion re 108 MOTION for Summary Judgment DEFENDANT LEE ENTERPRISES INC'S MOTION FOR SUMMARY JUDGMENT ON REMAINING COUNTS filed by Michael E. Spreadbury. (Attachments: # 1 Appendix A and B) (APP, )
~ SOCIAL SECURITY ADMINISTRATION
Office of Disability Adjudication and Review
SSA ODAR Hearing Ofc
2900 4th Ave North
Billings. MT 59101-1266
Date: May 11,2011
Michael E. Spreadbury
700 S 4th St
Hamilton, MT 59840
Notice ofDecision - Fully Favorable
I carefully reviewed the filets of your case and lJIlIde the enclosed fully favorable decision. Please
read this notice and my decision.
Another office will process my decision and decide if you meet the non· disability requirements
for Supplemental Security Income payments. That office may ask you for more information. If
you do not bear anything within 60 days ofthe date ofWs notice, please contact your local
office. The contact information for your local office is at the end ofthia notice.
If You Disagree With My Dedsion
If you disagree with my decision, you may file an appeal with the Appeals Council.
How To FUe An Appeol
To file an appeal you or your representative must ask in writing that the Appeals Council review
my decision. You may use our Request for Review fOIlll (HA·520) or write a letter. The form is
available at www.socialsecurity.gov. Please put the Social Secwity number shown above on any
appeal you file. If you need help, you may file in person at any Social Security or hearing office.
Please send your request to:
Office or Disahility Adjudication and Re11ew
5107 Leesburg PIke
FollsCburch, VA 22041-3255
Time LImit To File All Appelll
You must file your written appeal within 60 days of the date you get this notice. The Appeals
Council assumes you got this notice :5 days after the date ofthe notice unless you show you did
not get it within the 5-day period.
The Appeals Council will dismiss a late request unless you show you had a good reason for not
Form HA·L76 (03-2010)
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