Ken B Terry , Jacksonville, Florida ODAR Office, Administrative Law Judge

For the 2016 *fiscal year, Judge Ken B Terry has disposed 492 cases at the Office of Disability Adjudication and Review (ODAR) in Jacksonville, Florida. Out of those 492 dispostions, 99 were dismissed, 158 were approved and 235 were denied. This means that the percentage of dispositions that Judge Terry has approved in Jacksonville for the 2016 fiscal year is 32%. The information below for Judge Ken B Terry was last updated on 9/7/2016.

Average statistics
Office*Fiscal YearTotal DispositionsTotal DecisionsTotal DenialsTotal AwardsCases
Nhc St Louis 2012 2 2 2 0 0%0%100%
Orlando 2012 517 435 252 183 16%35%49%
Orlando 2013 553 459 263 196 17%35%48%
Jacksonville 2014 88 73 43 30 17%34%49%
Orlando 2014 430 370 207 163 14%38%48%
Jacksonville 2015 497 413 282 131 17%26%57%
Jacksonville 2016 492 393 235 158 20%32%48%
*The United States Government fiscal year is from October 1st - September 30th.
Judge Terry20%32%48%
All ALJs in Jacksonville Office 22% 36% 42%
All ALJs in Florida22%45%34%
All ALJs in the Nation20%44%36%
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Judge: Ken B Terry
5/12/2015 8:33:14 PM

3 out of 4 nos on the hypotheticals, 2+ years of medical documentation from 3 doctors practically identical to the Blue Book and you still denied my appeal. Today, Judge Terry, you devastated my family. You have affected our lives in ways that we may never recover, and most of them are not financial. More time should've been spent reading the reports instead of trying to read the person. Your statistics seem to show that you believe most people are liars. Shame on you for thinking you can see inside a person.

Sheree J. Johnson
Judge: Ken B Terry
4/21/2014 7:48:28 AM

Judge Terry is a biased an unfair Hearing Officer for this ODAR Court. In His unfavorable decision in my case, he ignored and/or neglected pertinent information purveyed in my testimony. Repeatedly, he contradicts himself throughout his written decision. He makes insinuations and pre-judgments instead of sternly weighing ALL of the evidence before him. He is a disgrace to the Law regarding SSA Rules and Regulations. And yes, his biased and unfavorable decision, despite the fact of overwhelming objective medical evidence as to my disability, is presently under review by the Appeals Council. Moreover, should the Council prove to be as biased as Judge terry, I will file my appeal in Federal Court. Judge Terry should shudder at the very thought of a Federal Judge being summoned to review my case.

Judge: Ken B Terry
3/23/2013 2:43:18 AM

I would love to write a book on my experiences with the SSDI process, as has been said to me, it is too unbelievable not to be true. I filed my first claim in May 2003 after being disabled from work for two years. In 2008, my paper file was inadvertantly destroyed, but it took four years for the Advisory Councel to admit this. In March 2013, I was finally able to recieve a hearing and a "fully favorable decision." (NOT REALLY). My hearing was with this judge and I found him to be difficult to testify in front of. He was abrupt and inpatient with my explanations and responses. He seemed unwilling to take simple answers to questions and wanted very long explanations for the most minute situation. The reason for the fully favorable decision was a lot of lawyering by my attorney and a compromise on my part (a huge one to me). It took everything we had (myself and my lawyer) to convince this judge that I was disabled. You need a really incredible lawyer to stand up to this judge.

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