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CAPTION:
June Corley vs. SCDHHS

AGENCY:
South Carolina Department of Health and Human Services

PARTIES:
Appellant:
June Corley

Respondents:
South Carolina Department of Health and Human Services
 
DOCKET NUMBER:
99-ALJ-08-0488-AP

APPEARANCES:
n/a
 

ORDERS:

ORDER

The Court was informed by the parties on March 23, 2000, that the Honorable Ben T. DeBerry, Federal Administrative Law Judge for the Office of Hearings and Appeals in Columbia, South Carolina, rendered a favorable decision for the Claimant. He found that the Claimant has been under a "disability as defined in the Social Security Act since January 25, 1995." (20 CFR 404.1520(f)). Judge DeBerry based his decision upon the application filed on April 19, 1994, that the Claimant was entitled to a period of disability commencing on January 25, 1995, and to disability insurance benefits under Section 216(i) and Section 223, respectively, under the Social Security Act as amended. Therefore, based upon the decision of Judge DeBerry, the Claimant is also entitled to certain medicaid benefits under the South Carolina Department of Health and Human Services, the Respondent in this action. Therefore,

I direct that the Respondent shall calculate and make payment of any and all retroactive benefits to which the Claimant may be entitled, including those benefits that must be paid to third parties providers, including any and all medical benefits. It is further ordered that the Respondent shall also take the appropriate measures to ensure that the Claimant's case is properly expedited. The Defendant shall complete this action within sixty (60) days of the date of the execution of this Order.

AND IT IS SO ORDERED.

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Ralph King Anderson, III

Administrative Law Judge



September 26, 2000

Columbia, South Carolina


Brown Bldg.

 

 

 

 

 

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