Michael S Condon , Mt Pleasant Mi, Michigan ODAR Office, Administrative Law Judge

For the 2012 *fiscal year, Judge Michael S Condon has disposed 158 cases at the Office of Disability Adjudication and Review (ODAR) in Mt Pleasant Mi, Michigan. Out of those 158 dispostions, 18 were dismissed, 67 were approved and 73 were denied. This means that the percentage of dispositions that Judge Condon has approved in Mt Pleasant Mi for the 2012 fiscal year is 42%. The information below for Judge Michael S Condon was last updated on 7/8/2016.

Average statistics
Office*Fiscal YearTotal DispositionsTotal DecisionsTotal DenialsTotal AwardsCases
Dismissed
Cases
Approved
Cases
Denied
Mt Pleasant Mi 2011 6 3 0 3 50%50%0%
Grand Rapids 2012 300 252 138 114 16%38%46%
Mt Pleasant Mi 2012 158 140 73 67 11%42%46%
Grand Rapids 2013 581 505 295 210 13%36%51%
Grand Rapids 2014 575 490 283 207 15%36%49%
Grand Rapids 2015 530 435 245 190 18%36%46%
Grand Rapids 2016 384 308 171 137 20%36%45%
 Totals:25342133120592816%37%48%
*The United States Government fiscal year is from October 1st - September 30th.
AVERAGE TIME
 DismissedApprovedDenied
Judge Condon20%36%45%
All ALJs in Mt Pleasant Mi Office 16% 44% 39%
All ALJs in Michigan17%49%34%
All ALJs in the Nation20%44%36%
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Judge: Michael S Condon
4/9/2016 1:58:36 PM



I just received my unfavorable decision and I also wonder if this person is a doctor. My doctor filled out paperwork for me and I was still denied. He was profiling me from the minute i walked in the room and the first question he asked was "Do you receive food stamps" which I do not. We have NEVER lived off the state. I was not asking for WELFARE benefits, i was asking for SSDI (INSURANCE). I have numerous issues and he dismissed every one of them saying they were not severe enough. I invite this judge to my home for one week and see how my disease is affecting me on a daily basis. It is slowly killng me, my disease is a DEATH SENTENCE. All these young kids running around getting SSI cause they can't handle life can get it over and over again.

John Speckine
Judge: Michael S Condon
6/15/2015 1:17:37 PM



I just received my "Unfavorable" decision in the mail and after reading it, I wonder exactly what a person has to do - especially after the Veterans Administration rated me as "Unemployable". I made it very clear in my testimony that I cannot work set hours. My body tells me when I can and cannot do things - ANYthing. I cannot sit in a position required to type (or otherwise work on a computer) for more than 20 or 30 minutes at a time, after which I need to recline or lay down for an hour or so before I can again sit in that position. I cannot stand for more than a couple of minutes, for which reason I only shower two or three times a week (it hurts to get in and out of the shower and it's excruciating to stand long enough to get clean). I also have trouble sleeping because of the pain in my back and have to take sleep medication to get any sleep at all. I take the medication between 4:00 and 6:00 PM and when I wake up, I'm drowsy and unable to function with any lucidity until about 10:00 in the morning, sometimes noon. I don't know how in the world I am expected to be able to find an employer who would hire me under those conditions. I received notice, via phone, from the Veterans Administration (on May 27, 2015) that my disability status had been moved to UNEMPLOYABLE due to my injuries. This notice was faxed immediately to Judge Condon's office on June 2 (the day I received the written notice), but it is not cited as one of the exhibits used in making his "Unfavorable" decision even though the decision was written on June 9. One would think that if the VA rates me as "Unemployable", that in itself would verify the fact that I'm disabled and can no longer work. I'm at a loss to understand the "Unfavorable" decision that has been handed down in my case. Now, after having already waited over two years to begin receiving disability, I'll have to appeal - again - and wait several more months - again - for the next step to finalize. It's very frustrating.


Judge: Michael S Condon
11/6/2014 10:12:49 AM



Remember the song "Back Stabber"? This guy "smiles in your face" and comes across real nice and sympathetic in the hearing, but is not interested in what a person has to say about how life goes. He picks and chooses what evidence he likes, and seems to think you need to be in a wheelchair, at least, to get benefits. He has no appreciation for how much pain can impact functioning. Be ready to appeal if you are unfortunate enough to be in from of him.


Judge: Michael S Condon
9/5/2013 5:36:16 AM



Bad judge. Goes out of his way to ignore claimant testimony, plays doctor in making his own medical judgments, and does not understand the nature of mental illness. No stars for him.


Judge: Michael S Condon
6/10/2013 1:49:21 PM



What a wonderful judge he approved my SSD in May 2013 and got my first ck July 2013 i could not had asked for a nicer and caring man a little more faith came back in me about our system



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