David J Begley , Nhc Baltimore, Maryland ODAR Office, Administrative Law Judge

For the 2012 *fiscal year, Judge David J Begley has disposed 362 cases at the Office of Disability Adjudication and Review (ODAR) in Nhc Baltimore, Maryland. Out of those 362 dispostions, 72 were dismissed, 156 were approved and 134 were denied. This means that the percentage of dispositions that Judge Begley has approved in Nhc Baltimore for the 2012 fiscal year is 43%. The information below for Judge David J Begley was last updated on 9/7/2016.

Average statistics
Office*Fiscal YearTotal DispositionsTotal DecisionsTotal DenialsTotal AwardsCases
Fort Worth 2010 36 31 8 23 14%64%22%
Fort Worth 2011 505 433 222 211 14%42%44%
Fort Worth 2012 123 114 60 54 7%44%49%
Nhc Baltimore 2012 362 290 134 156 20%43%37%
Nhc Falls Church 2012 100 84 42 42 16%42%42%
Nhc Falls Church 2013 633 507 281 226 20%36%44%
Nhc Falls Church 2014 608 451 247 204 26%34%41%
Nhc Falls Church 2015 566 396 235 161 30%28%42%
Nhc Falls Church 2016 454 361 219 142 20%31%48%
*The United States Government fiscal year is from October 1st - September 30th.
Judge Begley20%31%48%
All ALJs in Nhc Baltimore Office 21% 45% 34%
All ALJs in Maryland24%45%31%
All ALJs in the Nation20%44%36%
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Yolanda Acker
Judge: David J Begley
10/24/2016 4:46:20 AM

I have an appeal case for my daughter on file and I beleive the judge will expedite on her behalf...Everyone has different cases and the position of a judge isnt easy. Sometimes we tend to think they dont know what theyre doing but they only base your case on evidence and facts...I have a disabled child and its nit easy doing my job either but I deal with it and dont complain..Noone asks to be born this way.

Judge: David J Begley
10/20/2015 12:43:29 PM

It took the judge 5 months to issue his unfavorable decision. His 28% pay rate tells you everything you need to know. In our case the record was uncontradicted and I had 2 solid "less than sedentary" RFCs from the treating physician to support our allegations of disability. The ALJ totally disregarded the treating physician RFCs, and relied on the outdated opinions of the non-examining State Agency reviewing physicians to support his denial. With no other contradictory opinions from any other examining source, the denial was a clear case of the ALJ substituting his opinions for those of the treating physician, and I will definitely be appealing the decision to the Appeals Council. If you have the unfortunate luck to appear in front of this judge, develop your record for the appeal. No stars because he had no evidence to support his denial, just his slanted opinion.

Judge: David J Begley
4/10/2015 6:46:30 AM

I had a hearing with him in October 2014 and as of today-- I am still waiting on a decision. Every time I call his office some rude guy named Reggie answers. All he tells me is that the Judge is still deciding my case and that he works at "his own pace." Really?! In the meantime, I'm sick and on the verge of losing everything. I understand that this is a long process and that checks & balances are important. But at the end of the day this is a broken & corrupt system. SHAME on you, Judge Begley.

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