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  1. Jeremy Hazel says:

    Lyle Jones has twice denied me. This past one I have degenerative disk disease, spinal stenosis, etc had double sciatica that got so bad i was bedridden for 10 months in July 2019. It was so bad that my orthopedic surgeon got approved to do an elective surgery in June of 2020 right when Covid was huge. I had physical residual function form filled out by surgeon in 2020 and his report stated I would miss 4 or more days of work a month. So he filled residual function form 2020 but it states that I reiterate when i started seeing patient in November 2018, I diagnosed him with cervical radiculopathy, lumbar stenosis and lumbar radiculopathy .He stated the the claimant impairments are reasonably consistent with the symptoms and functional limitations in my assessment of him. in a 8 hour workday he said that I could sit less than 2 hours, stand or walk for less than 2 hours. My doctor also said I would need a break every 30 minutes. He stated that this condition degenerative, chronic and will progress with age. So I bedridden for 10 months and had L4 L5 surgery. for this condition which is funny because in Nov 2018 judge Lyle Jones stated no evidence in any skeletal conditions, no stenosis, no sciatica no evidence of this condition. but he had CT’s Showing this in 2014-15 and 16 ct scans and mri in 2018 and he denied first claim. So he saying my Doctors aren’t believable. the worst thing in on first case it states claimant has residual functional capacity to perform light work except that he is limited to to frequent reaching with both upper extremities and frequent balancing occasion stooping, kneeling, crouching, crawling and climbing stair and ramps. On first denial. On his second denial He said no limitations on the things I just included. Even after my doctor said no to these types of movement. so first on im limited but this thing got better? I had double sciatica that put me bedridden for 10 months and had emergency elective back surgery and the spike of Covid 19 I’m so confused. then ssa doctor said i could walk for 6 hours and carry 20 lbs. occasionally and 10 pounds frequently and said i could sit for 6 hours straight. then doctor said claimants physical limitation are generally consistent with the residual functional capacity opined by the administrative Law Judge in the decision dated November 2018 decision where the judge said limited reaching lifting etc. 1st one and 2nd limitation are completely opposite but on the case where he says you can frequently stoop lift conflict with the 1st that say limited. plus my mental assessment done in 2020 was said by ssd doctor is considerably out of date and does not accurately apply top this time period and this is for chronic ptsd chronic adhd anxiety depression etc. which is saying my mental health professional filled out assessment with as he states was based on actual treatment and condition claimant had in 2015-2016 yes that was my condition but the 2020 assessment showed same problems. But bad thing is Lyle Jones stated in first disability denial that i had no disabling mental impairments so that contradicts his decision in first case. as for mental assessment say i would miss 4 or more days a month need breaks every 30 minutes because of stress and anxiety and i dont associate well when people criticize me stemming most likely for chronic PTSD well above the cutoff level. I was given a Bender-Gestalt, Pai MMPi, BDI, Pcl-C test. which on 1 and 2 claim Jones denied saying I didn’t have mental; conditions. Feedback please thank you I really need help

  2. Jeremy Hazel says:

    Lyle Jones has twice denied me. This past one I have degenerative disk disease, spinal stenosis, etc had double sciatica that got so bad i was bedridden for 10 months in July 2019. It was so bad that my orthopedic surgeon got approved to do an elective surgery in June of 2020 right when Covid was huge. I had physical residual function form filled out by surgeon in 2020 and his report stated I would miss 4 or more days of work a month. So he filled residual function form 2020 but it states that I reiterate when i started seeing patient in November 2018, I diagnosed him with cervical radiculopathy, lumbar stenosis and lumbar radiculopathy .He stated the the claimant impairments are reasonably consistent with the symptoms and functional limitations in my assessment of him. in a 8 hour workday he said that I could sit less than 2 hours, stand or walk for less than 2 hours. My doctor also said I would need a break every 30 minutes. He stated that this condition degenerative, chronic and will progress with age. So I bedridden for 10 months and had L4 L5 surgery. for this condition which is funny because in Nov 2018 judge Lyle Jones stated no evidence in any skeletal conditions, no stenosis, no sciatica no evidence of this condition. but he had CT’s Showing this in 2014-15 and 16 ct scans and mri in 2018 and he denied first claim. So he saying my Doctors aren’t believable. the worst thing in on first case it states claimant has residual functional capacity to perform light work except that he is limited to to frequent reaching with both upper extremities and frequent balancing occasion stooping, kneeling, crouching, crawling and climbing stair and ramps. On first denial. On his second denial He said no limitations on the things I just included. Even after my doctor said no to these types of movement. so first on im limited but this thing got better? I had double sciatica that put me bedridden for 10 months and had emergency elective back surgery and the spike of Covid 19 I’m so confused. then ssa doctor said i could walk for 6 hours and carry 20 lbs. occasionally and 10 pounds frequently and said i could sit for 6 hours straight. then doctor said claimants physical limitation are generally consistent with the residual functional capacity opined by the administrative Law Judge in the decision dated November 2018 decision where the judge said limited reaching lifting etc. 1st one and 2nd limitation are completely opposite but on the case where he says you can frequently stoop lift conflict with the 1st that say limited. plus my mental assessment done in 2020 was said by ssd doctor is considerably out of date and does not accurately apply top this time period and this is for chronic ptsd chronic adhd anxiety depression etc. which is saying my mental health professional filled out assessment with as he states was based on actual treatment and condition claimant had in 2015-2016 yes that was my condition but the 2020 assessment showed same problems. But bad thing is Lyle Jones stated in first disability denial that i had no disabling mental impairments so that contradicts his decision in first case. as for mental assessment say i would miss 4 or more days a month need breaks every 30 minutes because of stress and anxiety and i dont associate well when people criticize me stemming most likely for chronic PTSD well above the cutoff level. I was given a Bender-Gestalt, Pai MMPi, BDI, Pcl-C test. which on 1 and 2 claim Jones denied saying I didn’t have mental; conditions. Feedback please thank you

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