3.7 based on 3 reviews

6 Comments

  1. Bobby says:

    I had my hearing before Judge Fulcher in July, never met anyone more kind, compassionate, honest and fair. If you are indeed qualified for Social Security benefits, he will grant you approval

  2. A Nobody says:

    Judge Fulcher is low key in hearings. So low key in fact he is almost robotic. Never changes his facial expressions. You’ll never know if you’re winning or losing in there. You’ll probably lose. One of the toughest judges in Orlando. Prepare your case for appeal at the hearing.

  3. A Nobody says:

    Judge Fulcher is low key in hearings. So low key in fact he is almost robotic. Never changes his facial expressions. You’ll never know if you’re winning or losing in there. You’ll probably lose. One of the toughest judges in Orlando. Prepare your case for appeal at the hearing.

  4. Anonymous says:

    If you are assigned this judge try to request another! He denies reports written by medical professionals… based on personal opinions! How is that even legal? Why bother even providing records if he’s allowed to dismiss them? This judge is an ******** **** who was probably ****** out of medical school himself.

  5. Anonymous says:

    I finally made it to the ALJ Hearing, and felt hopeful that I’d have a favorable decision. I had a diagnosis of my mental health disabilities from several doctors, and an extensive report from my psychiatrist stating that I am unable to work. I follow through with my therapy, and medications, and go to my appointments twice a week. I’m battling as hard as I can! I have no other income other than child support, and have been unable to work for three years. All of the guidelines for SSI are covered, and I was still turned down! I’ve only recently felt less suicidal ideation, and today was the first day in weeks that it started making sense to me again. I hope I have the strength to appeal this huge mess Mr. Fulcher made out of my life. I clearly should be receiving benefits, and if I can’t continue to fight PTSD, GAD, & Major Depression along with poverty, he will be the one to blame.

  6. J.D. says:

    I had a hearing with Judge Fulcher, and he seemed to be kind, respectful, & well-organized. He was much nicer to me than my own paralegal was! I do hope to get a decision soon, though. It definitely worsens my mental health disabilities to struggle so hard financially!

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