3 based on 2 reviews


  1. Paul L. Jenkins, Esq. says:

    He is impeccably well versed in the content of every case before him, and has genuine regard for lawyers who are as well prepared as he is. As a successful attorney who dedicated his practice to SSDI Law for 10 years, I have the greatest respect for Judge Wilson’s high standards in conducting hearings, and his fidelity to the proper application of Social Security Disability law. He is a fair and principled model of all that an ALJ should be.

  2. Representative says:

    This ALJ is the rudest and most malicious I have encountered. I gather he has never experienced any personal hardship because he appears incapable of relating to people in need. He appears to think that he is personally responsible for protecting the government against the 47%, and in achieving this mission, he operates from a position of total distrust of the claimant. I’m told that this guy is an instructor for other ALJs. If that’s true, God help us all.

  3. clyde jones says:

    judge Wilson is very rude and unfair he needs to remember he is a small time judge not a doctor – he denied my claim mainly because I had went on a vacation the year before – I did not know people with a disability were not allowed to go on a vacation – I worked in the construction field for over 30 years as a brick mason my back is shot – I do not wish the pain I have on anyone but if Wilson could have him some of it for a few days maybe he would be more understanding and a better judge

  4. Anonymous says:

    It would be nice of Judge Wilson to keep an open mind instead of trying to look for any reason to deny a case. Obviously these cases are borderline cases and all have positives and negatives. Keep in mind the standard of review.

  5. Anonymous says:

    Very rude and disrespectful. This guy needs to be reminded what the real world is like. He’s a complete drain on the tax payers.

  6. cindy says:

    I thought that he was being very up front and went by the rules he is supposed to go by.

  7. Advocate says:

    Judge Wilson can be very tough, but the rep who works his file well and is prepared to put forth a good solid argument for his client will find Judge Wilson receptive.

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