Mayaguez, Puerto Rico ODAR Office

At the Office of Disability Adjudication and Review (ODAR) in Mayaguez, Puerto Rico, 2 different administrative law judges (ALJ) conduct Social Security Disability (SSD) hearings and Supplemental Security Income (SSI) hearings. Currently, in Mayaguez, the average wait time for a SSI or SSD hearing is 6.0 months. The average case processing time in Mayaguez is 356 days.The Mayaguez average for winning a SSI or SSD disibility hearing is 48%. Click on the name of one of the ALJs below to see detailed information about their hearing results. This information for the Mayaguez ODAR office was last updated on 9/18/2014.

SSA, Mayaguez ODAR Office
Medical Emporium Building
351 Ave Hostos, Suite 301
Mayaguez, Puerto Rico 00680-1507
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Phone: (787) 831-3300 -- Fax: (787) 831-3452
eFile Fax: (877) 482-0821 (For sending evidence)

OfficeJudgesAvg. Hearing
Wait Time
Average
Processing Time
Dispositions
Per Day Per ALJ
Cases
Dismissed
Cases
Approved
Cases
Denied
Mayaguez 2 6.0 months 356 days 2.6 6% 48% 46%
Puerto Rico9.3 months349 days2.714%59%27%
National Average:12.5 months405 days2.018%44%38%
Hearing Wait Time: 6.00 months
Dispositions Per Day Per ALJ 2.58
Average Processing Time 356 days
Cases Pending 0
Dispositions 162
New Cases -435
Hearings In Person 99%
Video Hearings 1%
Full NameDismissedApprovedDenied
Judge Harold Glanville 8%71%20%
Judge Emily R Statum 5%38%57%

Comments about Judges at the Mayaguez Puerto Rico ODAR office:

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Judge: Maria C Northington
Date Posted: 7/21/2014 5:51:46 AM
Submited By: Jim



My Title II SSDI case went before Judge Northington last week after a two year wait. I had made every effort to insure the the court had all medical records and letters from my treating physicians, but I have to admit that I went into the hearing with more than a mild amount of anxiety. Denial or dismissal would mean much more than continued appeals for me and my family; we would be homeless with nowhere left to turn. Judge Northington was well-versed on my case, kind, compassionate, and seemed generally concerned about my health and well-being. After verifying some of the facts in my case and listening to the abbreviated findings of the VE she approved my claim. After a long and arduous journey through this process I've come to the conclusion that if your claim is legitimate and you present the facts in a coherent way, it all comes down to the compassion (or lack thereof)of a single individual. May you all be blessed with a hearing before someone with a kind heart and empathetic soul, as I was.

Judge: Hortensia Haaversen
Date Posted: 1/31/2013 3:24:33 PM
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This law judge is an impartial, prejudice non caring pos, i hope one day she becomes disable and treated as she did me.being totally disable and having lost all i have and now homeless i hope she gets what she had coming, carma is true and waiting for you.