Wooley v. Commissioner of Social Security
ORDER Accepting Findings and Recommendations re: 20 Findings and Recommendations on Case re: 1 Complaint filed by Lynn Wayne Wooley. Magistrate Judge Jeffrey L. Cureton no longer assigned to case. (Ordered by Judge John McBryde on 11/21/2017) (bdb)
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NORIHERN Dr STRICT OF TEXAS
IN THE UNITED STATES DISTRICT COURT
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NORTHERN DISTRICT OF TEXAS
FORT WORTH DIVISION
L~NOV 2 I 2017
LYNN WAYNE WOOLEY,
NANCY A. BERRYHILL, ACTING
COMMISSIONER, SOCIAL SECURITY
CLERK, U.S. DISTRICT COURT
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Came on for consideration the above-captioned action wherein
Lynn Wayne Wooley, is plaintiff and the
Acting Commissioner of
Social Security, currently Nancy A. Berryhill,
This is an action for judicial review of a final
decision of the Commissioner denying plaintiff's claim for
supplemental security income. On November 1, 2017, the United
States Magistrate Judge issued his proposed findings and
conclusions and his recommendation ("FC&R"), and granted the
parties until November 15, 2017, in which to file and serve any
written objections thereto.
To date, neither party has filed
objections. Nevertheless, the court has conducted a thorough
study of the record, the magistrate judge's proposed findings and
conclusions, and applicable legal authorities, and has concluded
Nancy A. Berryhill replaced Carolyn W. Colvin as acting commissioner of the Social Security
Administration. Therefore, pursuant to Federal Rule of Civil Procedure 25( d), Berryhill is automatically
substituted as the party of record.
that the recommendation of the magistrate judge should be
The court accepts the recommendation of the magistrate judge
and ORDERS that the decision of the Commissioner that, based on
the application for supplemental security income protectively
filed on August 17, 2012, plaintiff, Lynn Wayne Wooley, is not
disabled under section 1614 (a) (3) (A) of the Social Security Act,
be, and is hereby, affirmed.
SIGNED November 21, 2017
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