Wynne O'Brien-Persons , Anchorage Ak, Alaska ODAR Office, Administrative Law Judge

For the 2012 *fiscal year, Judge Wynne O'brien Persons has disposed 92 cases at the Office of Disability Adjudication and Review (ODAR) in Anchorage Ak, Alaska. Out of those 92 dispostions, 22 were dismissed, 36 were approved and 34 were denied. This means that the percentage of dispositions that Judge O'Brien-Persons has approved in Anchorage Ak for the 2012 fiscal year is 39%. The information below for Judge Wynne O'brien Persons was last updated on 9/7/2016.

Average statistics
Office*Fiscal YearTotal DispositionsTotal DecisionsTotal DenialsTotal AwardsCases
Anchorage Ak 2012 92 70 34 36 24%39%37%
Reno 2012 352 289 150 139 18%39%43%
Spokane 2012 2 2 0 2 0%100%0%
Eugene 2013 31 27 11 16 13%52%35%
Reno 2013 277 246 128 118 11%43%46%
St Louis 2013 238 216 126 90 9%38%53%
Eugene 2014 200 174 80 94 13%47%40%
Reno 2014 306 254 132 122 17%40%43%
Reno 2015 108 83 46 37 23%34%43%
San Rafael 2015 235 195 78 117 17%50%33%
Honolulu 2016 48 45 14 31 6%65%29%
San Rafael 2016 240 178 56 122 26%51%23%
*The United States Government fiscal year is from October 1st - September 30th.
Judge O'brien-Persons23%53%24%
All ALJs in Anchorage Ak Office 31% 21% 48%
All ALJs in Alaska31%21%48%
All ALJs in the Nation20%44%36%
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Judge: Wynne O'Brien-Persons
6/27/2012 7:14:05 AM

When I went into my hearing with Judge Wynne O'brien Perdons I was happy to hear that I was going before a new judge. I have never in my life been before any type of judge or any law enforcement, so to hear she was new put me a little at ease, since this whole disability world is new to me. God knows, I would much rather be able to work then go through all of the chronic pain and suffering that I go through every single day and every night, as I am sure many other people out there who are truly disabled would agree. Looking back at the day of my hearing I was so nervous I couldn't think straight. For me; It was like going to a doctor and having so many questions for them, and wanting to tell them all of the things that I battled physically during the month, but my mind goes completly blank at that presice moment of course. When leaving my appointment all of the questions I wanted to ask comes back to me like a flood, and I would think to myself "I forgot to tell him/her this or that". Unfortuntely, my case was denied, I think because of my own testimony and other reasons. When my hearing was over and I walked out the door, all of things I wanted to tell her came back like a flood, and all I wanted to do was go back in there and cry out for mercy because the pain I am in all the time, and I know I cant work, but I didn't. After reading her desision all I did was cry for days. I felt her jugement of me was so unfair because things were taken out of content, and I truly have alot of pain, how can chronic pain even be measured? I have worked hard all of my life, until I finally had to admit to myself that I am disabled. This was a very hard thing for me to come to terms with. After reading some of the reviews regarding the other judges, I was glad that I went before Judge Wynne O'brien Persons. Best of luck to all of the people who are truly disabled, but were denied.

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