Daniel Dadabo , Evanston, Illinois ODAR Office, Administrative Law Judge

For the 2016 *fiscal year, Judge Daniel Dadabo has disposed 354 cases at the Office of Disability Adjudication and Review (ODAR) in Evanston, Illinois. Out of those 354 dispostions, 44 were dismissed, 168 were approved and 142 were denied. This means that the percentage of dispositions that Judge Dadabo has approved in Evanston for the 2016 fiscal year is 47%. The information below for Judge Daniel Dadabo was last updated on 9/7/2016.

Average statistics
Office*Fiscal YearTotal DispositionsTotal DecisionsTotal DenialsTotal AwardsCases
Evanston 2010 507 452 179 273 11%54%35%
Cincinnati 2011 86 77 32 45 10%52%37%
Evanston 2011 415 362 177 185 13%45%43%
Evanston 2012 484 410 236 174 15%36%49%
Evanston 2013 437 367 201 166 16%38%46%
Evanston 2014 354 298 160 138 16%39%45%
Evanston 2015 368 329 168 161 11%44%46%
Evanston 2016 354 310 142 168 12%47%40%
*The United States Government fiscal year is from October 1st - September 30th.
Judge Dadabo12%47%40%
All ALJs in Evanston Office 17% 53% 30%
All ALJs in Illinois21%41%38%
All ALJs in the Nation20%44%36%
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Judge: Daniel Dadabo
8/2/2012 6:12:27 AM

Dear Judge Daniel Dadabo, I wanted to thank you for given me the chance to take back and regain control of my life. You and Nash Disability Law and North River mental Health, Illinois Masonic and Old Irving Park Medical have helped me under stand a part of my life that I didn't not believe. My life long struggles with mental illines and bullying and abuse have not been easy and I suspect that with continued therapy and help from the SSA I can become a productive and postive individual again. I didn't want to admit there was anything wrong, bipolar disorder and schizophrenia and autisim are not thing that you want to tell people there is such a stgma around that poeple either shun you or attack you and abuse you, which I have experienced my whole life til this day. Every day is a struggle just to be able to put close to clean myself properly, even being able to talk to some are accept a simple hug or hand shake any time some seems out of order I can become enraged or scared like a child. It makes it impossible to have any sort of relationships or to go to school or hold on to a job or go shopping! Once Again I would ask for your continued help along with help from Nash Disability and the SSA perhaps I can get better and get the help I need repair my life and take back control of my life from those who have taken so much away from me! Best regards, Gregory Tarczynski

Diane Elizabeth Butler
Judge: Daniel Dadabo
4/8/2012 11:36:06 AM

Judge Daniel Dadabo; I'm Diane Elizabeth Butler, the lady the wrote the following: ("You help me and because of your help I am on the road to healing and becomming a resourceful individual. Thank You Judge Daniel Dadabo. Sincerely, Diane Elizabeth Butler") Well with all that said...I need to speak with you regarding an issue. I'm being BULLIED. The statements I made above are Sincere and Truthful. As I make every attempt to HEAL AND BECOME RESOURCEFUL AGAIN; The adverse actions that are enforced against me could keep me sick to getting sicker and have to remain a liability to the administration. The deliberate action of those who are attacking me and continually working against me keeps me in a constant fight.Medically you know I cannot stay any long period in a constant "flight to fight" It will raise my cortisol and keep it high which will eventually cause another "CRASH" ---When what I'm doing to heal and become resourceful is really me staying discipline and focused. Please allow me to meet and speak with you... my home number is ***-***-****, cell: ***-***-**** ..email: delizabeth26@yahoo.com.. Please speak with me.. I need your Wisdom and Guidance... Sincerely, Diane Elizabeth Butler

Diane Elizabeth Butler
Judge: Daniel Dadabo
4/2/2012 2:36:14 PM

You help me and because of your help I am on the road to healing and becomming a resourceful individual. Thank You Judge Daniel Dadabo. Sincerely, Diane Elizabeth Butler

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