Court Remands as a Percentage of New Court Cases Filed

Longitudinal report detailing the numbers and percentages of court remand actions received during each of Fiscal Years 2010 – 2017 as compared to the total number of new court cases filed during those same years. Court remand actions are those that the court returns to the Appeals Council (AC) for further action.

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Fiscal Year Court Remands New Court Cases Filed Percentage
FY 2010 6,072 12,256 49.54%
FY 2011 6,223 14,236 43.71%
FY 2012 6,626 16,422 40.35%
FY 2013 6,993 18,779 37.24%
FY 2014 8,768 18,503 47.39%
FY 2015 8,646 18,399 46.99%
FY 2016 (52 Weeks) * 9,202 17,864 51.51%
FY 2016 (53 Weeks) * 9,489 18,239 52.03%
FY 2017 8,974 18,445 48.65%
* For this last month of FY 2016, each of the individual reports below has a listing for the normal 52 week fiscal year that ended on 9/23/2016 and a second listing to include the extra 53rd week covering the period from 9/24/2016 – 9/30/2016. Most fiscal years have just 52 weeks, however, FY 2016 had 53 weeks, which is an anomaly that occurs every five or six years.

 

 

Disclaimer: These data are being made publicly available for research purposes. Any findings and conclusions derived from analyses of these data are attributable to the researcher(s) and do not reflect those of the Social Security Administration.