4 based on 4 reviews

7 Comments

  1. Anonymous says:

    He treated me with a straight forward upfront blunt personality, I too was anxious, worried and afraid to speak. He was very patient and off the record wish me good luck. He was very thorough about my SSI decision and approved me right away for MDD ,GAD and Autism. The key is to have a lot of documents that support your symptoms. Or at least that worked for me so far

  2. Anonymous says:

    I just had my hearing in front of Judge Sloss and am waiting for a decision. Regardless of the outcome I would say judge Sloss was nice, quick and to the point. I have severe anxiety so I was nervous but he had a way of making you feel comfortable during the hearing!

  3. Anonymous says:

    I just had my hearing in front of Judge Sloss and am waiting for a decision. Regardless of the outcome I would say judge Sloss was nice, quick and to the point. I have severe anxiety so I was nervous but he had a way of making you feel comfortable during the hearing!

  4. Lucinda Mossner says:

    Judge Sloss approved my SSD case in October 2019. He was very kind but to the point. I believe he read my entire case well. He questioned me regarding my illness with questions that he only would of known if he had read my case. He questioned the vocational expert also. I feel he was very professional and made me feel comfortable during that time.

  5. Anonymous says:

    Judge Sloss denied my son his disability upon appeal. This letter was dated April 24,2019. My son had been on disability due to heart problems since 2011. In 2015 upon reassessment by SSA he was denied so he filed an appeal. The appeal got ‘lost’ for almost 2 years. In 2017 he received a letter from SSA wanting him to pay back all the money he had received since his denial in 2015. Upon calling SSA it was found out that the appeal that he applied for in 2015 was never filed. So on and on…let’s put an end to the story. On March 25, 2019 my son passed away from his heart condition. Ironically in todays mail, the letter stating that he was denied his appeal arrived. So much for facts regarding disability. Sloss needs to retire. It stated in the denial letter, that because my son could lift 10 lbs he could work! I am livid with Sloss for his inability to insure that people that are really disabled get the benefits they are entitled to. My son was only 43 years old.

  6. Marcie says:

    Judge Andrew Sloss. Should read or listen to transcript before making any discussions. Or taking other judges opinions. He doesn’t take inconcideration the word disability. When someone is bypoler with depression, anixity, lupus and, fibromyalgia. The list goes on. 19 different medication. That’s not a disable person? I know people are worse then me. But I am a disable person. Mr. Sloss, you’re not likeable person. I also believe you discriminate. Like I said pay more attrition to the transcripts and write notes. You just might have better reviews.

  7. chris thornton says:

    i think judge sloss needs to get facts about disabled people hunting and fishing before making decision on a case and screw up peoples lives passing a judgement when he know’s nothing about disabled hunters and fisherman

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