Robert B Bowling , Lexington, Kentucky ODAR Office, Administrative Law Judge

For the 2015 *fiscal year, Judge Robert B Bowling has disposed 505 cases at the Office of Disability Adjudication and Review (ODAR) in Lexington, Kentucky. Out of those 505 dispostions, 96 were dismissed, 99 were approved and 310 were denied. This means that the percentage of dispositions that Judge Bowling has approved in Lexington for the 2015 fiscal year is 20%. The information below for Judge Robert B Bowling was last updated on 9/7/2016.

Average statistics
Office*Fiscal YearTotal DispositionsTotal DecisionsTotal DenialsTotal AwardsCases
Huntington 2012 28 21 13 8 25%29%46%
Huntington 2013 259 231 162 69 11%27%63%
Lexington 2013 231 196 135 61 15%26%58%
Lexington 2014 552 468 323 145 15%26%59%
Huntington 2015 19 19 17 2 0%11%89%
Lexington 2015 505 409 310 99 19%20%61%
Charleston Wv 2016 16 12 9 3 25%19%56%
Huntington 2016 318 260 189 71 18%22%59%
*The United States Government fiscal year is from October 1st - September 30th.
Judge Bowling19%22%59%
All ALJs in Lexington Office 17% 38% 45%
All ALJs in Kentucky17%42%41%
All ALJs in the Nation20%44%36%
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Judge: Robert B Bowling
7/20/2016 3:05:36 PM

I really feel as if this Judge should be investigated. There is no way a ALJ should have statistics that read 1,842 cases, 1,550 decesions, 1,116 denials, and 434 approved. For the Fisical year as of 05/19/16, this judge has a 20% approval rating, and 63% Denied, 17% dismissed. Numbers don't lie. Due to incurable illness and you are in a wheelchair, receiving home health 3- 5 days a week, a service dog for PTSD, can't grip or hold items well anymore, but I was given unfavorable decision..especially when there is more than enough evidence to support it. Not being able to work for almost 3 yrs, and yet you still are given an Unfavorable Decision..Seriously?? Than your lawyer calls to ask if you want to appeal or start over...You should not have to fight so hard to get disabiltiy if you truly are deserving of it, and especially when you worked the last 25 yrs previous to your diagnosis. This is ridiculous!!

Judge: Robert B Bowling
1/26/2016 11:16:36 AM

Based upon the national averages, all of this judge's decisions should be reviewed by the Appeals Counsel. His metrics are too far away from the national averages.

Judge: Robert B Bowling
10/29/2014 3:35:01 PM

this judge should only have - stars to evaluate his judicial worthiness, You sir are completely heartless and uncaring. I watch my dear friend suffer agonizing, unrelenting and unimaginable pain on a daily basis as she was unfortunate enough to develop reflex sympathetic dystrophy along with other disabling ailments, yet you in your infinite wisdom and understanding of social security law and rules state that although her impairments are severe and affect her ability to perform work related activity you can still find reason not to award her deserving and much needed benefits. How can that be?????

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