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09-3282 Jones v. Astrue

Public Health Disability benefits Where an ALJ's adverse credibility determination was supported by the medical evidence, the opinions of treating physicians, and the claimant's daily activities, the disability claim was properly denied. "Jones implies that the ALJ based the credibility determination on the absence of medical evidence. Although the ALJ reported that Dr. Karr did not observe any ...

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