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  1. Anonymous says:

    See Federal Magistrate ruling in Chatterton v. Commissioner: May 29, 2013 S. ohio : ” The court concludes that the ALJ (Lombardo) created her own lay medical opinion with regard to Plaintiffs mental impairments in contravention of the applicable regulations and weight of the evidence.”

    nuff said!

  2. Anonymous says:

    I love how she can make decisions off medical fields that you are never gave the opportunity to personally be evaluated by. I have a condition that only 1 in 500,000 people will acquire in a lifetime and more than likely she will never see again in her courtroom but she seems to be an expert in. Heck the Drs involved in treatment will maybe see once in their career. I would say the only expert in my mess is the one living it. Twenty plus years of working flushed down the toilet. In the meantime I will watch others that never worked get disability for things such as inability to handle authority figures and obesity.

  3. Anonymous says:

    She does not apply social security’s own rules correctly; she thinks she is a doctor and rejects real doctors’ opinions when it suits her; she is unfair in how she weighs credibility; she is extremely suspicious of claimants even when they are just ordinary working people and not drug addicts or malingerers. For example, see Pulfer v. Astrue.

  4. NFVFV HDUKL.; says:

    HOW CAN A JUDGE APPROVE SO LOW OF A PERCENT IN THE STATE JUST WRONG

  5. Anonymous says:

    SHE SHOWS NO COMPASSION FOR THE ONES WHO ARE LESS FORTUNATE AND ARE REALLY DISABLED.I HOLD NO ANGER AT HER BUT FEEL SORRY FOR HER INSTEAD.ALL A PERSON HAS TO DO IS LOOK AT HER RECORD OF DENIALS.

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