4 based on 2 reviews

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  1. Anonymous says:

    I found Judge Charles Brower to be very just and willing to hear the claimant expressing himself. Judge Brower was very humane and polite to the claimant and myself. He explained the whole hearing process to the claimant, he then went to admit the evidence into record. He swore the claimant and VE in. Then Judge Brower immediately interviewed the claimant, he then asked me if I had any questions for my claimant. I then interviewed my claimant and when done the Judge asked the VE two questions then got off the record.

  2. Anonymous says:

    I recently represented a claimant before Judge Charles Brower. Judge Brower was very humane and polite to the claimant and myself. He explained the whole hearing process to the client, he then went to admit the evidence into record. He swore the claimant and VE in. He immediately interviewed the claimant, he then asked me to explain and prove on the Medical record evidence, the client’s dx that meets the SSA Listing, I presented the evidence to prove dx limitations he experiences and history his symptoms. I believe this Judge was very just and willing to hear the claimant expressing himself.

  3. Anonymous says:

    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.

  4. Anonymous says:

    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.

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