Seesoltz v. Commissioner of Social Security
JUDGMENT be & is hereby ENTERED in favor of deft Acting Commissioner of Social Security & against pltf Thomas Thurston Seesoltz, II, as follows: Commissioner's decision denying the app for a period of disability & disability insurance benefits of Seesoltz is AFFIRMED, in acc w/ ct's 8/9/17 order 13 . (See jdgmt for complete details.)Signed by Deputy Clerk on 8/9/17. (ki)
AO 450 (Rev. 01/09) Judgment in a Civil Action
UNITED STATES DISTRICT COURT
MIDDLE DISTRICT of PENNSYLVANIA
THOMAS THURSTON SEESOLTZ, II,
NANCY A. BERRYHILL, Acting Commissioner of Social
Civil Action No.
(Chief Judge Conner)
JUDGMENT IN A CIVIL ACTION
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the plaintiff recover nothing, the action be dismissed on the merits, and the defendant (name)
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JUDGMENT be and is hereby ENTERED in favor of defendant NANCY A. BERRYHILL, Acting Commissioner
of Social Security, and against plaintiff THOMAS THURSTON SEESOLTZ, II,, as follows: The Commissioner’s
decision denying the application for a period of disability and disability insurance benefits of Thomas Thurston
Seesoltz, II, is AFFIRMED, in accordance with the court’s order (Doc. 13), dated August 9, 2017.
This action was (check one):
9 tried by a jury with Judge or Magistrate Judge
rendered a verdict.
tried by Judge or Magistrate Judge
decided by Judge or Magistrate Judge
presiding, and the jury has
without a jury and the above decision
Chief Judge Christopher C. Conner
COMPLAINT FOR REVIEW OF HHS DECISION
Aug 9, 2017
CLERK OF COURT PETER WELSH, Acting Clerk of Court
Signature of Clerk or Deputy Clerk
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