5 based on 3 reviews

9 Comments

  1. Lamar walker says:

    I would like to thank this judge Who looked at my Case. This judges is very Incredible she just Do not look at you But she strongly look at your medical record She is very accurate She is very strong in documents in proof. And something that is very small that will catch judge green eye She will investigate it. No doubt I would like to think judge green For taking the time to strongly look at my case. I have been waiting over 10 years And Finally got with a feel judge.

  2. Anonymous says:

    Incredibly detailed judge who reviewed every facet of my case and the detailed court records were amazing, reflecting a deep medical understanding of my case that I would have only expected from an MD, so she understood the key points of my records to an astonishing level of detail. Very fair judge and exceptionally thorough. Unfortunately I won my case, and I’m very sad to have lost my career and all my work friends. I’d give it up in a heartbeat if I could be made well, but it just doesn’t seem in the cards, despite so many major surgeries I’ve lost count. As long as you have objective evidence clearly indicated in your medical records and have done your best to work and be made well, you will get a very fair hearing. Social security disability has a much higher standard than normal private disability so learn the differences before your case. Also, make sure you hire a good reputable attorney because they are worth the fee. Judge Green is one of the best at what she does, and if you have done your homework and tried your best and simply cannot work, and you meet the stringent social security disability standards, you’ll not go wrong with this judge.

  3. Anonymous says:

    Went to a hearing in February of this year for my 9 year old daughter. She had ADHD currently taking medication which is considered a narcotic. Dyslexia (currently in a class for kids with dyslexia) and a learning disability she has an IEP and has been place in special education ( special ED) state testing shows she’s below her age level. Her reading level is on a kindergarten level she’s in the 3rd grade , and math skills are very weak as well after already having to redo the kindergarten. Her teacher state she has made some improvement but still far behind her peers. I found out on the 15th of July her case was closed and it was ruled unfavorable wow and I haven’t received a letter in the mail. Not sure how this decision was made but in my opinion it was the wrong decision. Clearly these disabilities has and will continue to affect her, not sure what the judge was thinking.

  4. Anonymous says:

    I went to court Dec. 4, 2015 and I haven’t been able to work going on 3 years. It is extremely hard to function day to day without income. I’m on my way to being homeless because the bills are getting high and no money to help pay them. I live with my brother and he cant afford to take care of his household and myself..unfair for him and anyone else whom I lived with. Waiting for a judge to decide my fate is very hectic..and if my body could take on everyday work I would be working..but I just can’t do it.

  5. Anonymous says:

    Judge green give those who have disbilty an cannt work their benifit they deserve

  6. Anonymous says:

    Any one thinking to go before judge Green just to get signed up ,because tired of working or whatever is in for a very rude awakening.Do not expect to have it easy even with hard evidence.She makes sure that you are really at the end of your working life.She also leaves no stone unturned.She is an asset to ssa.The people that are in dire need and have all the evidence to prove you will be given a fair chance.I would not wish this experience on any one and I had years of documentation.They have gotten to a point where so many people that are trying to work the system,that it is hard for the people that actually want to still work but are not able are having to really prove your case.

  7. Anonymous says:

    I think this is a fair judge.She could have heard my case all the way thru, but she stopped me and suggested that I seek council.As she cases like mine are very complicated and hard to win without council.

  8. Anonymous says:

    My bad her approval rating is not 76% it is 69%. But dad gum still seems high….wow..

  9. Anonymous says:

    Couldnt help but notice the national average for approved disability is 49%. But judge Green seems to give everybody disability at a approval rating of 76%. Wow! Sign me up so I dont ever have to work again, my back hurts…lol

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