Coldwell v. Social Security Administration
ORDER: (1) GRANTING THE COMMISSIONERS UNOPPOSED MOTION FOR THE ENTRY OF JUDGMENT AFFIRMING THE COMMISSIONERS AWARD OF BENEFITS; AND (2) TERMINATING THIS CASE ON THE DOCKET. RE: 18 Signed by Magistrate Judge Michael J. Newman on 2/14/2017. (dm)
UNITED STATES DISTRICT COURT
SOUTHERN DISTRICT OF OHIO
WESTERN DIVISION AT DAYTON
Case No. 3:15-cv-41
COMMISSIONER OF SOCIAL SECURITY,
Magistrate Judge Michael J. Newman
ORDER: (1) GRANTING THE COMMISSIONER’S UNOPPOSED MOTION FOR THE
ENTRY OF JUDGMENT AFFIRMING THE COMMISSIONER’S AWARD OF
BENEFITS; AND (2) TERMINATING THIS CASE ON THE DOCKET
This Social Security disability benefits appeal is before the undersigned for disposition
based upon the parties’ consent. Doc. 11. Plaintiff initially appealed this case arguing that the
Administrative Law Judge (“ALJ”) erred in finding him not “disabled” and therefore unentitled to
Disability Insurance Benefits (“DIB”). The undersigned granted Plaintiff’s request for a remand
pursuant to Sentence Six of 42 U.S.C. § 405(g) and remanded the case to the Commissioner for
consideration of new and material evidence. Doc. 12. On remand, the Commissioner found
Plaintiff disabled under the Social Security Act (“SSA”) since February 17, 2012. See doc. 18-1
at PageID 729. The Commissioner now moves, without opposition, for the entry of a judgment
affirming the Commissioner’s award of benefits.
For good cause shown, and absent objection, the Commissioner’s motion (doc. 18) is
The Court hereby AFFIRMS the Commissioner’s decision finding Plaintiff
disabled under the SSA since February 17, 2012 and DIRECTS the Clerk to: (1) issue a judgment
in that regard; and (2) TERMINATE this case on the Court’s docket.
IT IS SO ORDERED.
Date: February 14, 2017
s/ Michael J. Newman
Michael J. Newman
United States Magistrate Judge
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