Nowacki v. Colvin (USA)

Thomas L. Nowacki was denied supplemental security income by the Social Security Administration. An administrative law judge (“ALJ”) found Plaintiff had multiple severe impairments, including major depressive disorder, gender identity disorder, and intermittent explosive disorder, but retained the residual functional capacity (“RFC”) to perform work as a cleaner, injection molding machine operator, or poultry dresser. The ALJ thus found him not disabled. A federal court recently affirmed this decision.

Note that Nowacki asserted gender identity disorder as a basis for a finding of disability.

Nowacki v. Colvin