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Appeals Counsil Memo - ADHD, low IQ, Bipolar

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This case was remanded based on the following issues:

1. While the ALJ found the severe impairments of ADHA, Intermittant Explosive Disorder, and Low Average Intelligence, he failed to analyze claimant's Bipolar Disorder.

2. Failed to give the treating physician's opinion adequate weight.

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Reference Info:Federal, 7th Circuit, Indiana | United States


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