Janice E Shave, Honolulu , Mt pleasant mi , Orange , Phoenix , Phoenix north , Reno , San bernardino , Hawaii , Michigan , California , Arizona , Arizona , Nevada , California Odar Office, Administrative Law Judge
For the 2011 *fiscal year, Judge Janice E Shave has disposed 18 cases at the Office of Disability Adjudication and Review (ODAR) in EUGENE, OREGON. Out of those 18 dispostions, 2 were dismissed, 6 were approved and 10 were denied. This means that the percentage of depositions that Judge Janice E Shave has approved in EUGENE for the 2011 fiscal year is 13%. The information below for Judge Janice E Shave was last updated on 12/01/2022.
|MT PLEASANT MI||2011||337||292||126||166||13%||49%||37%|
|Janice E Shave||No Stats for FY2019|
|All ALJs in EUGENE||20%||41%||39%|
|All ALJs in OREGON||19%||43%||37%|
|All ALJs in the Nation||18%||45%||38%|
Judge Shave seems very nice. I do not approve of comments that she made about my case. She got information about me that when she blerted out a question about something I said to a Disability Psych. that did a interview with me was way not correct. I feel that she should not attack someone in that way. What was said is Depervation of Character and was way out of line. I would like to see that report and set the Record Straight. She took 3 different accurances and 3 different people and combined it into one incident with 1 person. Which leads me to believe that she was either fed the wrong information by someone that was not listening completely or she intentional did it. I would like to think she would not do that. She stated that she was not medicaly qualified to look at pictures that go with the report made by a Qualifed Phyician and Surgion who took the pictures of my insides, So my question would be how can you be qualified to do a Medical judgment as to if a person is truly in pain or disabled. I feel that judges that sit on this panel should have a medical background in order to get the right decision. Other wise this is a true injustice to the persons she or any other judge that has the authority to make the decision as to how much pain or the nature of the persons true disability.