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  1. Anonymous says:

    I think this judge is unfair in his decision making and he is going to reap what he sow for denying sick peoples such as myself…. i live in chronic pain the majority of my days but he denied me. All ill say is Lord have a mercy on his retched soul because Gods going to fix all of these big time ALJ denying sickly peoples and giving drug heads a check the system is all wrong!!! All ill say is this Gods gone show him whose the real judge when he die and wake up in Hell for denying slickly people!!!!!

  2. Vincent Hatten says:

    Seems to me to be a fair judge. My lawyer and he has a great history together and he was very proffesional

  3. Anonymous says:

    This judge is biased against applicants. My wife has nerve damage from chemo as well as degenerative disc disease, she is in bed constantly since she can’t sit or stand for long comfortably, she is on pain killers and patches but they don’t help much. Despite doctor testimonials and medical evidence he ruled against my wife. He didn’t want to believe any of the evidence even though his own witness said she couldn’t work at any job 8 hours a day. If you get Gilmer your claim will be denied. Like a previous commenter wrote he should go back to Chicago where he belongs. It is obvious that he has an agenda and hates being in Mississippi, as well as the people that depend on him to fairly judge their disability claim. Despicable person.

  4. Anonymous says:

    Lowest approval rate among all the ALJS. Nuff said about him.

  5. Anonymous says:

    Nice enough in the hearing room, until you get his decision, then you realize he is just putting on a front. I wish he would go back to Chicago where he came from.

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