On May 3, 2013, Horn & Kelley, PC, national leaders in Social Security Disability Law, prevailed upon the U.S. Court of Appeals for the 7th Circuit to remand for an award of benefits in Hamilton v. Colvin, 12-3085. The mandate issued on July 15, 2013. Neither the medical nor non-medical evidence in the record supported the administrative law judge (“ALJ”)’s finding that Plaintiff-Appellant exaggerated her limitations. The ALJ’s credibility finding was improper because the ALJ misrepresented the Plaintiff-Appellant’s testimony as inconsistent. Plaintiff-Appellant did not contradict herself.