3.7 based on 3 reviews

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  1. Anonymous says:

    i had my fair hearing on 4/15/16 with judge Arthur Patane the judge was very professional and allowed me to voice my say about why i should recieve ssi ssd benefits i was honest with the judge and he ruled in my favor on 4/26/16 to be approved under the ssi ssd laws as my fair hearing ended he wish me well , and said good luck to me which is very kind to do again thanks judge Arthur Patane for everything

  2. Anonymous says:

    I went before Judge Patane regarding my SS claim. I was injured a few years ago and have had several doctors including my employers IME rule in my favor saying that I am permanently disabled. I can no longer work at my job and was terminated because of it. Despite having sent the judge over 200 documents including some from my employer I was given a hearing and essentially called a liar. My attorney could not make the hearing and I wasn’t granted an adjournment. Judge Patane was rude and condescending, questioning why I couldn’t still do my job. Maybe its because my employer got rid of me. I have been working with NYS employment agencies and they can’t find me work within my disability but Judge Patane knows better. I had sent him all the records of this including my evaluations from NYS Vesid with them saying I will not be able to work unless its within my disability and how hard that would be. But instead he chose to be rude and give me a hard time.

  3. Anonymous says:

    In 2009 I went through weeks of paperwork, phone interviews, appeals about being over resources. SS could not comprehend that my check register (money available) was always much lower than bank statements because I charge everything on credit cards to float the money for 3+ weeks cycle. I’m on automatic payments scheduled after the first week of the month when the checks come in, that money is committed to the payee, I can’t use it for anything else. The Judge’s phone call was fast, pleasant, courteous and efficient, he got it, and absolved me completely.

  4. Anonymous says:

    2009 I went through weeks of paperwork, phone interviews, appeals about being over resources. SS could not comprehend that my check register (money available) was always much lower than bank statements because I charge everything on credit cards to float the money for 3+ weeks cycle. I’m on automatic payments scheduled after the first week of the month when the checks come in, that money is committed to the payee, I can’t use it for anything else. The Judge’s phone call was fast, pleasant, courteous and efficient, he got it, and absolved me completely.

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