MICHAEL J. BIESTEK v. COMMISSIONER OF SOCIAL SECURITY - Articles

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Posted by: Landry Butler on Jan 29, 2018

Court: 6th Circuit Court (Published Opinions)

Attorneys 1:

ARGUED: Meredith E. Marcus, DALEY DISABILITY LAW, P.C., Chicago, Illinois, for Appellant. Michael L. Henry, SOCIAL SECURITY ADMINISTRATION, Boston, Massachusetts, for Appellee.

Attorneys 2:

ON BRIEF: Meredith E. Marcus, Frederick J. Daley, Jr., DALEY DISABILITY LAW, P.C., Chicago, Illinois, for Appellant. Michael L. Henry, SOCIAL SECURITY ADMINISTRATION, Boston, Massachusetts, for Appellee.

Judge(s): PARKER, District Judge

Court Appealed: Appeal from the United States District Court for the Eastern District of Michigan at Flint.

COOK, Circuit Judge. Plaintiff-Appellant Michael J. Biestek (“Biestek”) alleges that he became disabled on October 28, 2009, for purposes of receiving Disability Insurance Benefits and Supplemental Security Income under the Social Security Act. An Administrative Law Judge (“ALJ”) issued a partially favorable decision finding Biestek disabled beginning May 4, 2013, some three-and-a-half years short of the time he claimed.