Clifford Shilling , Fort Smith, Arkansas ODAR Office, Administrative Law Judge

For the 2016 *fiscal year, Judge Clifford Shilling has disposed 341 cases at the Office of Disability Adjudication and Review (ODAR) in Fort Smith, Arkansas. Out of those 341 dispostions, 33 were dismissed, 203 were approved and 105 were denied. This means that the percentage of dispositions that Judge Shilling has approved in Fort Smith for the 2016 fiscal year is 60%. The information below for Judge Clifford Shilling was last updated on 9/7/2016.

Average statistics
Office*Fiscal YearTotal DispositionsTotal DecisionsTotal DenialsTotal AwardsCases
Fort Smith 2012 289 246 126 120 15%42%44%
Fort Smith 2013 593 515 238 277 13%47%40%
Fort Smith 2014 501 434 236 198 13%40%47%
Fort Smith 2015 421 337 157 180 20%43%37%
Fort Smith 2016 341 308 105 203 10%60%31%
*The United States Government fiscal year is from October 1st - September 30th.
Judge Shilling10%60%31%
All ALJs in Fort Smith Office 12% 53% 35%
All ALJs in Arkansas14%45%40%
All ALJs in the Nation20%44%36%
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Judge: Clifford Shilling
4/11/2016 5:20:50 PM

A very special thank you to Judge Schilling whom heard my case in Aug '15. I'm sorry to hear of your illness but am grateful for a decision in a timely manner. I would also like to thank you for your compassion and understanding that I've waited 3 years for this determination. Your competence and command of the proceedings was valued greatly, Godspeed!! I'm hopeful that you get well soon so that others who are deserving may have this same experience under your professionalism. My lawyer was Jason Jouett and his care of my case was appreciated. So grateful and will now be able to contribute to my well-being and needs within my family and community.

Judge: Clifford Shilling
4/1/2016 5:55:15 PM

Well I just found out, via my attorney, that my case along with several others my lawyer handles have been reassigned. I had my hearing June 2015. Now some of us, not sure how many, who have waited about 10 month for his or her results have to have a new hearing this summer with our new judge. I'm not handling this news well. It's hard to be so invested in an outcome then find out you're starting over at no fault of your own. I am sorry that Mr. Schilling isn't or was not well. I do not harbor ill feelings towards him and truly hope he gets better. I do however, want to say to the SSA that there should have been checks in the process so that no one ever has to wait 10 months just to find out the administration was unable to complete its duty. Red flags should have been popping up much sooner.

Judge: Clifford Shilling
3/21/2016 11:44:17 AM

My case was denied after waiting 9 months AFTER MY HEARING. Why??? Because he was in and out of the hospital with illness. So I suffer because of that?? I applied for disability because I cannot and have not been able to work. So I guess it's better to go to work and not be able to do a job properly and screw over other people then it is to get disability. Well I'm NOT GIVING UP I WILL APPEAL AS MANY TIMES AS IT TAKES!!!

Judge: Clifford Shilling
5/19/2015 10:16:51 AM

Please does anyone know how long it takes to get a decision after you have a hearing with judge Shilling whom appeared to be very understanding and sympathetic but I had a hearing in February of this year and still have not heard anything. I am getting really depressed about this waiting more and more waiting seems like that's all I do is wait for help that never comes.

Judge: Clifford Shilling
8/21/2013 5:52:33 AM

well of course I thought he was a great judge, he understood the truth and made a fair decision....what more could you ask for in a judge?

Judge: Clifford Shilling
1/3/2013 2:54:40 PM

Great Judge. Very understanding

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