3.7 based on 3 reviews


  1. I had my hearing in front of Judge Meyer April 18, 2023. I have never had to stand in front of a Judge for anything. I was a nervous wreck. He seemed very nice and I was able to calm down somewhat. My attorney had everything ready for my hearing and presented it to the Judge very professionally.I was asked a couple of questions by the judge and answered straight to the point.
    I felt he listened compassionately to me as well.
    Thank you Judge Meyer for your professionalism and understanding. I will forever be grateful for you. I can now continue my treatments and procedures to try and make my pain more manageable.

  2. Patrick Monier says:

    I’ve worked since I was 13. In every job I’ve had, I’ve exceeded on what was expected. I was the best of the best. I now suffer from physical & mental issues from my 8yrs in the military and 20yrs working in the civilian sector managing retail stores. As my ailments worsen, I was awarded 100% disability from the VA and was classified as “Unemployable”. I’m a 55yr old man stuck in a 85yr old body. Between my employer & I, Soc Sec has $200,000 entitled to me. Unfortunately I have to wait till 62 before I see any of this. The way things are looking, I won’t see 62. With all the medical records I’ve sent, Judge Gerald L. Meyers has denied my right to my benefits. I’m told it’s because, ” I’m White & Educated”. Isn’t that reverse discrimination? I’m embarrassed enough that my body has given out but it’s even more embarrassing begging for what is rightfully mine.

  3. Tina smitherman says:

    I had judge myers I’m total disabled but not on death bed, I can’t drive anymore can’t be around alot of people cause of my ptsd,my friends and children do every thing for me now,besides dress me..he denied me,how am I gonna work if I have no way and I can’t drive…makes me want to give up on life,maybe that’s what he wants too.

  4. Anonymous says:

    Really nice ALJ. I represented client who was disabled and the medical evidence supported it. Judge Meyer realized that and did not muddy up the water and accepted evidence at face value. He awarded claim at hearing.

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