Clarke v. Kijakazi
ORDER granting 17 Motion to Remand. Case remanded to Commissioner of Social Security for further proceedings. Signed by Judge Thomas O. Rice. (BF, Paralegal)
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UNITED STATES DISTRICT COURT
EASTERN DISTRICT OF WASHINGTON
ORDER GRANTING STIPULATED
MOTION FOR REMAND
KILOLO KIJAKAZI, Acting
Commissioner of Social Security,
BEFORE THE COURT is the parties’ Stipulated Motion for Remand. ECF
No. 17. The parties have agreed that this case should be reversed and remanded
for further administrative proceedings pursuant to sentence four of 42 U.S.C.
IT IS HEREBY ORDERED:
1. The Parties’ Stipulated Motion for Remand, ECF No. 17, is GRANTED.
This case is REVERSED and REMANDED pursuant to sentence four of 42
U.S.C. § 405(g) for further administrative proceedings.
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2. On remand, the Administrative Law Judge (ALJ) shall offer the claimant the
opportunity for a hearing, take further action to complete the administrative
record, and issue a new decision. The ALJ shall address the opinions of Mr.
Frazier, specifically discussing the supportability and consistency of his
opinions. Finally, the ALJ shall, as necessary: reconsider the claimant’s
impairments at steps two and three; reconsider the claimant’s subjective
statements; reconsider the nonmedical evidence; reconsider the medical
opinion evidence; reconsider the claimant’s residual functional capacity; and
reconsider the claimant’s ability to work at steps four and five.
3. All pending motions, hearings and the remaining briefing schedule are
vacated as moot.
The District Court Executive is hereby directed to file this Order, provide
copies to counsel, enter JUDGMENT for Plaintiff, and CLOSE the file.
DATED May 18, 2023.
THOMAS O. RICE
United States District Judge
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