Houston Bissonnet, Texas ODAR Office

At the Office of Disability Adjudication and Review (ODAR) in Houston Bissonnet, Texas, 15 different administrative law judges (ALJ) conduct Social Security Disability (SSD) hearings and Supplemental Security Income (SSI) hearings. Currently, in Houston Bissonnet, the average wait time for a SSI or SSD hearing is 17.0 months. The average case processing time in Houston Bissonnet is 499 days.The Houston Bissonnet average for winning a SSI or SSD disibility hearing is 30%. Click on the name of one of the ALJs below to see detailed information about their hearing results. This information for the Houston Bissonnet ODAR office was last updated on 5/19/2016.

Average statistics
OfficeJudgesAvg. Hearing
Wait Time
Average
Processing Time
Dispositions
Per Day Per ALJ
Cases
Dismissed
Cases
Approved
Cases
Denied
Houston-Bissonnet 15 17.0 months 499 days 2.3 26% 30% 44%
Texas13.6 months453 days2.321%37%42%
National Average:15.9 months510 days1.920%44%37%
AVERAGE TIME
Hearing Wait Time: 17.00 months
Dispositions Per Day Per ALJ 2.28
Average Processing Time 499 days
Cases Pending 11446
Dispositions 3571
New Cases 4364
Hearings In Person 67%
Video Hearings 33%

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Judge: Vadim Mozyrsky
6/19/2016 7:24:42 PM



Judge Vadim Mozyrsky, he should be fired. He denies claims saying that your not credible and your doctor and therapist are not credible also. He needs to be disbarred. I called my Senators office and they were upset also. I am trying to get my SSD again. I have already been denied again. My attorney and the guy reviewing my case didn't get my medical records. The determination guy only went by the denial I got the first time I called. He contacted people I have never had anything to do with. My attorney didn't do there job either. SSD didn't recognize who my attorney was until after they made my decision. I've had to get my own medical records for my appeal. I am not very happy. I think the guy in the determination depart need to be fired. When I was working I would never be allowed to do a half assed job.


Judge: Susan J Soddy
6/17/2016 6:59:48 PM



This judge will deny your case.I had my back fused at L5-S1 and my doctor told me that I was disabled. After a letter from my doctor and her asked to have a medical doctor at my hearing she refused and told me and my lawyer that no one can tell her how she should run her court. It's Been 4 years fighting this evil judge....zero no rate this judge will deny you even if you die and Will deny your spouse of their benefits as a widow. ..

Karen b
Judge: Ralph F Shilling
5/16/2016 8:41:30 AM



Ive gotten nothing but the run around on a court date. Was first told they will schedule you for april but heard nothing then when calling back they said August. Called back after a month of no court date and now telling me as soon as they get a court date they will schedule me.very unprofessional.


Judge: Ralph F Shilling
4/27/2016 8:50:25 AM



I wish he knew how hard it is to live with depression and chronic diseases.

Deb
Judge: Gary J Suttles
3/14/2016 2:11:00 PM



Can I please ask the people who have commented here if they did the "in person" hearing or the "video" hearing? Does it make a difference with this judge?


Judge: Vadim Mozyrsky
3/7/2016 10:41:54 PM



This judge needs to try and get SSD himself and try to live in poverty and almost homeless. He is very arrogant doesn't care about people with mental disabilities or medical disabilities. I've been trying for over three years and have been denied 3 times. I'm now appealing his decision. He told me that my doctors and I where not credible. The 'VE said I couldn't do my previous jobs but, I could detail cars, hospital housekeeper or a yard maintenance. I'm 54 years old. Get off your bench and do those jobs yourself!


Judge: Vadim Mozyrsky
1/27/2016 1:46:59 AM



I feel that he does not care about people with mental health issues. He said that I wasn't credible he also said this about my regular Dr. My file was reviewed by doctors I have never seen in my life. The 'VE said I couldn't do any of my previous jobs and my skills where not tranferrible. Was told I could do jobs I know nothing about. I'm over 53 so my age wasn't taken into consideration. He's not a fair judge.

Cynthia garsa
Judge: John D Sullivan
1/26/2016 12:17:41 AM



Not a good judge not fair.he dosnt care too hurt the disable people feelings he put you down bad.like he dont care he has done a bad conduct i should report this judge for bee rude mean and not caring.i think he should bee sitting in ehere he at.you dont desever too be judge i hope you lose next time

Shawn McMurray
Judge: Gary J Suttles
1/11/2016 12:44:53 PM



Hey Gary why wont the Federal Government release the investigation into your bias and discriminating comments towards Navy Gulf War vets..What are you hidding???. I will find out ..... And show the state off texas how corrupt the system is......Everybody can read the article Just Google Judge Gary Suttles belittles gulf war vet....Thank You.... Ps I dont rate uneducated idiots like you....


Judge: Vadim Mozyrsky
12/20/2015 10:23:00 PM



Judge Mozyrsky twists your answers to fit a denial. He is not qualified to read my x rays but never states who did. Accused all medical and mental health practitioners and myself of lying, exaggerating and being manipulative.I He gives you every chance to explain yourself but your not going to prove yourself unless you have a good lawyer. Be educated about you own case and confident. I was terrified and under so much mental and emotional turmoil that I barely remember anything. I know I could have given direct answers to his questions. Being vague and not specific enough gives them an opportunity to guess at your claimed disability. It also doesn't seem to matter what the Vocational expert says so why do they even bother with them? Judge does not take onto consideration your documents but that of his own medical staffs opinion, again he never mentions who they are. The Judges medical staff never examined, evaluated, met or even spoke to me. So if my Dr's, the x rays and myself are lying what chance do we have? Judge I understand it's your job to sort out the undeserving but you are so wrong in many of your cases. I'm not willing to lose everything I have including a roof over my head just to get disability, apparently you must think I would. Please use a little more compassion.


Judge: Vadim Mozyrsky
12/3/2015 4:39:55 PM



I give it his judge 0 stars. I am 50 years old and I haven't worked since 2010. I am single and my 12 year old autistic son lives with me. We live on $733 per month plus food stamps. I went before him in November 2014 in Portland Oregon. My lawyer was very happy be ause the doctors all agreed except one that I don't even remember seeing (this includes three of Ssd doctors). The vocational expert agreed and said I could not be gainfully employed. When I received my denial letter and read the absolute garbage this guy stated as fact I couldn't believe that it was real. My lawyer sent in my appeal that same week. He decided that I could be employed as a bank monitor watcher even after the expert said no to that very job. Did you know there are three jobs in the entire state of Oregon for a bank monitor watcher? He said that since I was able to smoke that my hands are in fact not disabled. He took things that were written in my records by my specialist totally out of context and didn't ask me anything about them during my hearing. He said I refused to follow his orders about physical therapy. Totally not true. My insurance does not cover it! My doctor in fact wrote that it would help and there was a request made and denied. He said I have a boyfriend to take care of me. What has that got to do with my disability? Not to mention that is 100% untrue. He said since I was able to smoke my hands aren't in fact disabled. What? There are over 50 mistakes and lies in his findings. Now I am still 9 months away from another shot, but it will NOT be in front of this person! I am requesting a new judge this week!

PJohnson
Judge: Helen F Strong
11/13/2015 8:38:23 AM



Bless GOD for Judge Helen Strong! She's nice, fair and thorough in her decisions. Perhaps she looks over her cases before the hearing and have a pretty good idea of what the decision could be. It takes will documented and ongoing medical records, good work ethics. Having a good work history helps as well. Also, a good attorney advocating for you to win benefits helps a great deal. Truly more judges like Judge Strong are needed in this process. I was told she was nice and was a fair and thorough judge. I agree! My decision was GOD sent and I thank GOD that He sent Judge Strong to be the presiding judge for my hearing. GOD knew my case had merit and was warranted. You must believe all that's good is in God's timing!

Scotty
Judge: Patricia C Henry
10/27/2015 10:57:56 AM



She misstated evidence, misrepresented testimony, ignored evidence, excluded specific conditions and made numerous factual errors. If you appear in front of this judge, your claim is going to be denied.


Judge: Janis Estrada
8/18/2015 2:47:52 PM



It was a pleasure meeting Judge Estrada. The judge was professional and patient when I stated I did not understand her question. Judge Estrada in my opinion was caring and concerned about my illness and my living conditions.I thanked the Lord for giving me such a compassionate and understanding judge to rule over my case. I'm still waiting for my approval letter, but I have that she will follow through with her judgement as she stated about my case.


Judge: Gary J Suttles
8/17/2015 10:52:51 AM



Judge Suttles stated in court that " he would see me dead before he approves any funds from my account" a quote on court records. He need to be run out of office.

Ron
Judge: Donald J Willy
8/11/2015 11:25:40 PM



In my opinion he was very professional and interested in the facts at hand. He explained everything to me and with the scenario around my situation I think he is very fair. And I say that because he gave opportunity for me to explain certain things that were misunderstood with my case.


Judge: Vadim Mozyrsky
7/29/2015 9:36:48 PM



I'm not sure how to rate this judge. I agree with what others have said, he was professional and courteous during the hearing. On the other hand, he asked some really hard questions about things I didn't know my doctors said. I'm not sure if I won my case or not.

stephon johnson
Judge: Helen F Strong
6/9/2015 4:10:55 PM



My name.is stephon johnson I hope I get this judge she seems very nice cause I do have mental helath with me and I would love to have her as a judge so I hope she reads this


Judge: Allen G Erickson
5/27/2015 10:40:33 AM



My experience with Judge Erickson was very similar to Eric B.'s comments dated 3/9/2015. He was understanding, sarcastic, and intimidating, all in one hearing. In the unfavorable decision, he places more weight on the less significant details of your medical records, and less weight on the proof that SHOULD get you approved. A lawyer recently said to me, 'he denies just about everything.' The SSA needs to revamp its process for case reviews, because it is a violation of due process to allow judges such an extreme amount of discretion in their decisions. Our lives should not depend on the 'luck of the draw' in being assigned to a judge. There are laws and guidelines that should be followed.


Judge: Charles L Brower
5/19/2015 1:00:54 PM



Please hope that you dont get this judge. He was not only arrogant but also unprofessional. Talking about the case before me and how he knows shes faking it.. That he can tell when someone is in pain. Really? How can you physically see pain. Because of this judge i am bed bound, unemployed, no income, 35 and living with my parents. Im legally disabled, yet a man with no medical degree decides if i suffer or starve. I never got to bring in my witnesses, my lawyer was unprepared, ssi never sent me to their doctors, and I couldn't even read my statement.. seam fair?? What a joke.

Eric B
Judge: Allen G Erickson
3/9/2015 3:10:53 PM



This judge is full of crap and will deny you. In my wifes meeting with him, the vocational expert and the Judge himself said there was no type of work my wife had done in the past that she could perform now. But when the "official" report the judge wrote came back it states they both said she could. They say things in the meeting that make you feel good and that you will win, but that is not the case. The judge even put things in like asthma that my wife has ever said anything about in the report. He also basically called my wife a drug seeker and an addict.

Goingafteryourjob
Judge: Patricia C Henry
2/9/2015 7:33:04 PM



I just received my denial letter, I saw Judge Patricia Henry, every paragraph was lies, she twisted and contorted my records and testimony to fit her denial. She basically committed perjury! She contradicts herself in different paragraphs in regards to my disabilities and abilities, she needs to get off the bench STAT! I will be filing all sorts of complaints and even taking this to our legislature. We presented her with evidence, she twisted factual evidence to being non-existent! If you get this judge, kiss your case good-bye!


Judge: Thomas G Norman
1/7/2015 1:04:32 PM



Only approves 6% of cases. Wow! You better be disabled and have super good medical evidence.

tina lyons
Judge: Robert N Burdette
1/2/2015 8:00:18 PM



In my lowest time, i prayed. Judge Burdett was so kind and non judgmental. I'm grateful to his honor and understanding. I lost everything but my life, thanks be to God. I'm homeless without my own. They say you get back what you put in. Amen

Randy Bland
Judge: Monica J Anderson
7/25/2014 9:21:08 AM



I think Judge Anderson is a very smart and fair person and our government needs more just like her.

Ambrun Moore
Judge: Richard A Gilbert
7/24/2014 9:18:05 AM



Very nice judge and truely compassionate


Judge: Ross Stubblefield
5/27/2014 5:26:12 PM



He will smile in your face while stabbing you in your back. I told the truth and he still denied my claim, uncredible witness he said. 10 herniated discs, with terrible pain. Worked hard all of my life only to have this person call me a liar.

Vickie
Judge: Donald J Willy
2/25/2014 7:01:40 AM



I felt the Judge was fair and listened to all the medical records and evaluated all the evidence. To anyone going to social security for a disability know the system is failing. It should not be a process of pain and long waits, We still have not gotten a letter of decision even though a great length of time has based. I do not feel it is the Judges fault, but a system failure.

reginna c. martin
Judge: Gary J Suttles
2/6/2014 4:34:13 PM



I think it's time to overhaul the ssi systems and get rid of these judges who think they know everything. When I know five different people who get ssi that are convicted felons , drug users makers and destroyers of their families and hard working honest people are turned down well WE HAVE a PROBLEM! When a person gets treated worst than a felon or drug addict(crack, coke) What's this world coming to. Keep up the good job Judge Suttles, you have to retire some time. I will keep going and when I lay here suffering I will think of you.


Judge: Charles L Brower
2/4/2014 6:16:48 PM



Judge Brower started my hearing by asking about how I was and breaking the ice with Super Bowl small talk. He asked why I thought I was disabled and I went on to explain. He sincerely viewed all the medical evidence that my lawyers turned in prior to the hearing And asked me questions about my various Dr. visits. There was some evidence and things I said, however, that did make him have some doubts about the validity of my claim. In the end he gave Me sufficient opportunity to explain myself and he took my sincerity into serious consideration in regards to making his final decision. He apologized for upsetting me emotionally and thanked me for "fighting for myself". Things look very good. He's a good and fair judge.


Judge: Gary J Suttles
12/23/2013 5:37:23 PM



they need to get this judge off the bench. He denies people that can not work,and has proven there case.I am one of them .

Joshua De Leon
Judge: Thomas G Norman
12/14/2013 2:12:00 PM



I know this is just a comment place but from the comments, I can guess Judge Norman is pretty good at his job. I'm not looking for sympathy just a fair chance for my mom. Would anyone by chance have his e-mail because I really would like to speak to him. I don't know how these things work but I would appreciate any help as soon as possible! I don't want my mom to suffer any longer nor do I want to lose her. She has been denied 4 times and hasn't worked for about 5 years.

L. Sullivan
Judge: Thomas G Norman
10/24/2013 11:28:50 AM



I must say I was pleasantly surprised. Of course I was nervous, but was put at ease upon meeting Judge Norman. His staff was also very pleasant, which helped me feel more confident to speak once the hearing began. I have a somewhat unusual situation that brought me to an ALJ hearing, but Judge Norman understood my challenges more than I expected. My advice is to be sure you are prepared prior to your hearing and whenever you speak to any Social Security personnel, be sure to take detailed notes or record the conversation. Keep your documents organized, so they are readily available and up-to-date. This way you have solid evidence of what transpired. I did not feel I needed a representative, so I did my own forms and letters. I hope I did well enough to receive a favorable outcome. Either way, Judge Norman is a cool guy.

CHARLES SLONE
Judge: Rafael Lugo-vilanova
10/2/2013 2:40:52 PM



I JUST WANT TO THANK JUDGE LUGO-VILAOVA FOR A FULLY FAVORABLE DECISION. JUST GOT WORD TODAY 10-2-2013. MAY GOD CONTINUE TO BLESS YOU AND YOUR SOUL....


Judge: Robert N Burdette
9/27/2013 2:57:39 PM



Judge Burdette was very courteous and respectful. The District Court Judges in Harris County could take some lessons from this Judge. As an attorney, it is refreshing to be in front of a Judge like Burdette.

Donna
Judge: Allen G Erickson
9/23/2013 8:00:57 PM



I have not yet had the privilege of meeting Judge Erickson, but I am scheduled for my hearing tomorrow morning. Since I didn't see any comments on here, I decided to post and comment that my attorney's office has told me that Judge Erickson is extremely fair and knowledgeable. He apparently has a reputation for taking time to listen to and read all the evidence. I'm not worried so much about the hearing as I trust that he will be fair, what I'm concerned about is making the one hour drive to the courthouse and struggling with using medical supplies in front of people.(I just pray I won't have to!) When I stumble in front of people it's very embarrassing, so I just have to remind myself that the people in the courtroom will know why I'm struggling and it'll be okay. I will most definitely come back and post a follow-up comment tomorrow, since I believe that if I came in here wanting to see feedback, I'm sure others will as well. Note: I'm giving the 5 stars based on what I have heard, since I won't meet him myself until tomorrow. Thanks for understanding.


Judge: Ross Stubblefield
4/13/2013 10:22:38 AM



When I was sworn in to tell the truth, the whole truth and nothing but the truth, they should of did the same thing with this judge. No wonder the social security system is total failure. It's based on one big scam and that's truly shameful. So many people have worked hard all their lives literally breaking their bodies and paying into a system that promises at your time of need the assistance will be there. But, when the time comes, they make you wait so long that you lose your home, your car,etc..... You have a nervous break down from the anxiety of waiting and mounting medical bills. These government monkey judges don't care. They all have at least a six figure income and probably the best health insurance money can buy. And bonuses from the government for every claim they deny. So why should they have compassion for their fellow man when their living so well. People wonder why it takes at least two years for the social security disability claim process. It's not because of the case load, there are hundreds, if not thousands of judges out there. The delay comes from the fact that judge will look at a case and study it ever so slowly to come up with as many illegal loop holes and lies as he or she possibly can just to stall the case. It's these lies and deceit that have caused the social security system to crash and burn.


Judge: Donald J Willy
4/1/2013 9:59:14 AM



My friend had her hearing on 1/28 and it's been over 60 days, still no written decision. She is really trying to be patient - but she said she had no idea it would take so much longer after a hearing to recieve a decision. She said Judge Willy was very inquisitive but seemed to show compassion. Hopefully, she will get a favorable decision and a letter is forthcoming; within the 90 day timeframe.


Judge: Patricia C Henry
3/18/2013 9:55:32 AM



Read what she did to me @ haveyouseenparveen.com


Judge: Ross Stubblefield
3/13/2013 11:10:45 AM



This judge kept a smile on his face the whole time I was giving testimony and 39 days later(total wait time two years) denied my claim. Multiple disc herniations with stenosis,multiple discs already fused and cauda equina. How many more spinal surgeries do I need and how much more nerve damage do I have to endure before I'm finally approved for disabilty. This is one piece of crap.

Marilyn Streetman
Judge: Paul W Schwarz
3/4/2013 8:45:42 AM



Judge Swartz was professional, forthcoming and extremely pleasant to me at the hearing. He took the time to explain the process before I presented my case before him. The SSA should be pleased to have such knowledgeable and competent Judge. He allowed me to present my case uninterrupted. I believe from his demeanor that he makes fair decisions based upon the evidence presented before him. Overall I give Judge Swartz a five star rating. I was very pleased with the professionalism afforded me in this matter.

michael russ
Judge: Ralph F Shilling
2/26/2013 11:58:11 AM



I was denied benefits by this judge,I dont understand how he came to his desision,when the perponderance of the evidences plainly show that im disable. Dianosed with Complex post-traumatic stress disorder,major depressive disorder,polysubstance dependence,panic disorder and personality disorder.What type of person could funtion properly with these diagnosis.

Paul
Judge: Donald J Willy
2/10/2013 8:13:05 PM



Judge Willy is a real judge. He is not a bureaucrat. He has compassion and follows the law. I was not represented by a lawyer, and he explained the law and rules to me. He suggested questions I might want to ask the government doctors. It has been a long wait for disability, and Judge Willy was the first voice that offered me some justice.


Judge: Patricia C Henry
2/4/2013 8:26:21 PM



I agree with one other commenter - this judge is a total idiot!!! She needs to be admitted to a mental health unit and that's no lie!!!!

Tracy
Judge: Donald J Willy
1/28/2013 10:54:29 AM



I believe that Judge Willy is a honourable and respectable Judge. He seems to be a very patient and fair Judge and that speaks volumes to me. He took the time to actually listen to my case, and I felt like his ear was the one that was meant to hear it. He asked questions of both myself and the Social Security doctors and made a point to understand from both sides. I haven't had a decision on my case yet and he advised that at my hearing, whatever the outcome I think that he was a fair Judge.


Judge: Vadim Mozyrsky
1/25/2013 9:51:08 AM



Fair judge. He knew my medical record and was polite. I got a chance to say everything I wanted to say. I'm not do sure about the vocational expert who said I could work as a hand packager. I don't know what that is.


Judge: Caroline H Beers
1/18/2013 1:15:39 PM



Her approval rating must be an error. She may seem nice, but she NEVER grants.


Judge: Thomas G Norman
12/14/2012 1:32:01 PM



I found Judge Norman to be extremely fair and compassionate. I did not have any problems with him at my hearing. He was also very polite and friendly when he addressed me. I did not have a lawyer, I don't know if that affected how he perceived me. But I was very impressed with him. My claim was approved at the ALJ hearing level.


Judge: Richard A Gilbert
12/13/2012 5:41:34 PM



Thanks Judge Gilbert He was a very knowledgeble Judge and very understanding


Judge: Gerardo Mariani
12/7/2012 6:14:41 PM



He does have difficulty hearing but I have always found him to be very fair. That isn't to say he can't make mistakes but I don't believe his denials are based on bias.


Judge: Gerardo Mariani
12/2/2012 6:53:19 PM



This judge presided over my hearing. At all times, he was very proper and professional and showed a deep knowledge of the law. He corrected the vocational expert in his testimony and that led to an allowance in my case. People that bad mouth him are very unfair and very ignorant.


Judge: Gerardo Mariani
11/24/2012 6:35:11 PM



The guy is not only totally clueless, he's also totally deaf. Crazy how someone with these deficiencies gets to play God with my life.


Judge: Gerardo Mariani
11/20/2012 3:06:44 PM



Judge Mariani needs to retire. I was rude to me from the start. Needless to say, he had made his decision on my case way before I had a chance to speak.


Judge: Vadim Mozyrsky
11/10/2012 5:42:13 PM



This judge is very professional, kind and courteous. He will let you explain yourself to the fullest, but also ask the appropriate questions as well. Make sure you have all medical records to back up your testimony. Because if not he will see right through you, his numbers can contest to that. Again if you don't have the medical records to back up your statement, I suggest you don't waste his time or your time........


Judge: John D Sullivan
10/16/2012 12:22:25 PM



Takes control of his Court and moves proceedings along swiftly, yet will allow an Appellant time to present ALL his/her evidence fully. Often questions the Government's Labor Classification Expert and sworn Appellant from the Bench.

ginnie
Judge: Gerardo Mariani
9/23/2012 4:26:04 PM



Judge Mariani is very knowledgeable and very fair. Although he denied my claim, he conducted himself very properly and very respectfully. That is a JUDGE!!!!!!

AConcernedCitizen
Judge: Janis Estrada
7/17/2012 11:02:42 AM



Having had the complete and utter displeasure of meeting her, it is quite easy to rate her with the lowest marking, I would rate even lower if possible. She is rude, condescending, unethical, and completely incompetent as a judge. She cannot remain impartial and makes her decisions based on personal reasons, not the facts presented her. I am ashamed that a person of this caliber and low moral fiber is allowed to hear cases that determine the future of honest applicants and depend on her decision to better their unfortunate situation.

Marilyn
Judge: Donald J Willy
7/13/2012 7:17:27 AM



I finally got my disability hearing. I arrived early, but the hearing started about 30minutes late. When we went back to the courtroom, the judge explained that he had some earlier cases that went longer. However, he listened to me and the Social Security doctor for over an hour. So I got my time. Judge Willy was fair. He wanted to hear all the evidence. He told me upfront that he would not be making a decision at the hearing, but would send me a written decision later. He wanted to read all the evidence. At the hearing he asked some pretty hard questions, but he asked the Social Security doctor some very hard questions as well. At the end I thought he wanted to hear everything, and was interested in my case. He was very polite and a gentleman.

Karen
Judge: Donald J Willy
6/16/2012 12:31:08 AM



This Judge offered my friend an onset of her benefits if she would take it that day and sign off on it that he would approve her disability and then denied her after the fact. She signed the paper not knowing what it truly meant and she is mentally impaired so I believe this Judge and her attorney have taken advantage of her. When I received my benefits I signed an onset and received my benefits approval that day and this is unfair and unjust.


Judge: Ralph F Shilling
6/13/2012 12:23:40 PM



my heart rate goes up to 180 in less than five minutes after walking like a turtle. And this judge say's i can work.


Judge: David Gutierrez
6/8/2012 1:40:24 PM



Very nice and professional. You will win with good evidence and a good representative.


Judge: Patricia C Henry
6/4/2012 1:41:01 PM



This judge is a total *****!!


Judge: John D Sullivan
5/15/2012 3:54:40 PM



Extremely polite and professional.


Judge: Ralph F Shilling
4/17/2012 12:37:45 PM



I was denied my this judge. so many errors were made such disresprect beyond to describe. I would wish anyone this Judge.


Judge: Paul W Schwarz
4/11/2012 6:54:53 AM



Make sure that you have your records submitted prior to your hearing or he will eat you alive. He only likes med list and rep forms submitted on the day of the hearing.


Judge: Susan J Soddy
4/9/2012 5:53:59 PM



a zero Get someone else she will deny you before your case is reviewed..

annoymous
Judge: Ralph F Shilling
3/29/2012 10:05:10 AM



I recently had an appeal with Judge Shilling, he spoken to me with compassion and hearthfelt for my suffering which seem genuine. This being the first for me and never seeing what a Disability Judge asked. Truth be told, the guy was hard to read, not even my representative could read him. He also doesn't seem to care to much for representative's in general. He wants to hear it from the horse's month per se.


Judge: Gary J Suttles
3/5/2012 3:22:56 PM



Judge Suttles denies everybody and I heard the he denied a lady the had cancer and a few months later she died. This is not right and I think that someone need to investigate him. I know there are rules and guidelines to follow, but if a person is disable why would you do that to them. He is using his authority to his advantage. He need to start denying some of these people for SSI that have not put money into the system instead of the ones that have put their money in the system.