Thank you for your reply.
I'm sorry your daughter has struggled for so long with this. Unfortunately, many of these judges are nothing more than government "puppets" and basically have it in their heads to deny many good cases that should otherwise likely be approved. That said, I have good and bad news. The bad news is, you would have to once again appeal this decision, though it sounds like there may be grounds to do so -such as incorrectly stating that you were in the room and gave testimony
, and failing to consider the records from your daughter's treating doctor(s) for example. There may be others - obviously I cannot say without having reviewed the file.
Assuming it is remanded again, the good news is that social security regulations -their own policy
- known as the "Hallex" provides for reassignment when an ALJ presided over one remand and that ALJ's decision is the subject of the second remand. In other words, Social Security would automatically
assign a different judge this time at the hearing level.
Hope this helps.