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Whitcomb, Selinsky, PC

Whitcomb, Selinsky, PC
Whitcomb, Selinsky, PC is a full service law firm serving clients’ diverse legal needs. Our focus is in helping people in their interactions with federal, state and local governments.
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Steve Eugene Mooney, III sought judicial review of the Commissioner of Social Security Administration’s final decision denying his application for disability insurance benefits under Title II of the Social Security Act. Mr. Mooney’s case was heard by the United States District Court in Oklahoma....
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A plaintiff, abbreviated A.L.M., filed an action to review the final decision of the Commissioner of Social Security denying the Plaintiff’s application for disability insurance benefits and supplemental security income. The case was heard by the United States District Court of Kansas and decided...
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Ronald Bernard, a nurse anesthetist, worked at an ortho surgical clinic administering anesthesia.  In 2017, he was terminated after he admitted he was using Fentanyl, an opiate-based narcotic, at work.  Mr. Bernard’s employer stated his performance was satisfactory and had no performance issues. ...
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In 2016, Stephen Hamer, filed legal action against the City of Trinidad, CO for violation of Title II of the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA), and § 504 of the Rehabilitation Act of 1973 (“RA”).  Mr. Hamer claimed the city discriminated against him and subjected him to hazardous conditions due...
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Why do you need an attorney on your Social Security disability claim? Many people think that winning a Social Security disability claim is a simple matter of applying for benefits, perhaps having your Doctor vouch for your disability and waiting for the Social Security Administration to issue an...
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Ussama A. Mando sought judicial review of the Commissioner of Social Security’s decision that he was not “disabled” under the Social Security Act. Mr. Mando and the Commissioner consented to proceed before a U.S. Magistrate Judge. Mr. Mando disagreed with the Administrative Law Judge’s (“ALJ”)...
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Ms. Norma Jean Garza filed suit against the Social Security Administration in the federal District Court of New Mexico to reverse an Administrative Law Judge (ALJ)’s decision denying her social security disability benefits. Ms. Garza’s application for social security disability benefits was based...
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  A plaintiff appealed his case to United States District Court in Kansas to reverse an administrative decision denying him Social Security Disability insurance benefits. The administrative hearing was conducted in 2018 after the application was denied a year earlier. The administrative law judge...
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