5 based on 5 reviews

9 Comments

  1. Terrico Allen says:

    i really enjoyed my time with this judge he is a fair and understanding judge i like that he reviewed my case before the hearing that made me feel like he did his homework and really wants to help people.he is a straight- forward type of guy. im grateful my case got to be in his hands. he is on of the nicer judges there is out there.

  2. Jennifer says:

    When I went to my hearing I was a nervous reck. I couldn’t believe how easy he made this for me. He told me he reviewed my case for 2+ hours the days before. I didn’t have to answer alot of question. I guess my medical records spoke for me. He was so kind at the end and told me he is approving me. All I could do is cry knowing that he was not going to make me have to wait any longer on the outcome. Thank you

  3. Tora says:

    Friendly, easygoing, straightforward, and–most importantly–tries his best to calm anxious claimants. I’m sure the SSA would clone him and staff all their offices with those clones if they could!

  4. Jim says:

    I appeared before Judge Ambrose yesterday.

    I do not yet know the outcome of the case- but the Judge was helpful, fair, compassionate, and made me feel like my family’s case really mattered. He asked very pertinent questions, and I felt he did an outstanding job. I do not know if we will get a favorable or unfavorable ruling, but I felt like he really listened, and will apply the law fairly. I am thankful our case was assigned to him.

  5. Anonymous says:

    Judge Ambrose is one of the most thoughtful and fair judges out there. I’ve gone before him many times and he is always prepared, knows the record, is kind to my clients, and has well-reasoned decisions.

  6. D MICHAEL DUDLEY says:

    I HAVE APPEARED BEFORE JUDGE AMBROSE ON MULTIPLE OCCASIONS BOTH WHEN HE WAS A MAGISTRATE OF WORKERS COMPENSATION AND AS AN ALJ DECIDING SOCIAL SECURITY CLAIM. HAVING REPRESENTED DISABLED INDIVIDUALS SINCE 1975, IN MY OPINION JUDGE AMBROSE IS EXTREMELY FAIR IN HIS DECISIONS AND IS A TRULY EXCELLENT JUDGE. I HAVE NEVER SEEN HIM BE ANYTHING BUT KIND TO CLAIMANTS EVEN IF ULTIMATELY HE COULD NOT AWARD BENEFITS TO THEM. HE HAS A TOUGH JOB TO DO AND DOES IT FAIRLY. UNFORTUNATELY NOT EVERYONE CAN WIN.

  7. Zoey says:

    Christopher Ambrose was supervisor of MI workers comp judges. He seemed to lack control of them. They ruled against law, lied on litigants etc… He himself contacted litigants personally without going through their attorney, I guess to intimidate them. I have a letter but will use it in another venue.

  8. Anonymous says:

    this is in response to rose’s comment. i don’t believe for a second alj ambrose swore at anyone. also he can’t order anyone to have surgery. also a younger person (under 50) has to prove he can’t do his past work, and all other work. so, whatever happened, i would like to see the written decision. it can’t say what you claim.

  9. Rose says:

    I have a question for you, if a younger man comes before you with a bad back but has worked since he’s been 14years old, not desk jobs lifting and such.
    Is it right for a disability just to swear at him and order that he has back surgery?

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