Jason CrowellOdar Office, Administrative Law Judge
For the 2015 *fiscal year, Judge Jason Crowell has disposed 2 cases at the Office of Disability Adjudication and Review (ODAR) in SALT LAKE CITY, UTAH. Out of those 2 dispostions, 1 were dismissed, 0 were approved and 1 were denied. This means that the percentage of depositions that Judge Jason Crowell has approved in SALT LAKE CITY for the 2015 fiscal year is 50%. The information below for Judge Jason Crowell was last updated on 12/01/2022.
|SALT LAKE CITY||2015||2||1||1||0||50%||0%||50%|
|Jason Crowell||No Stats for FY2015|
|All ALJs in SALT LAKE CITY||19%||40%||41%|
|All ALJs in UTAH||19%||40%||41%|
|All ALJs in the Nation||18%||45%||38%|
A petty tyrant. He relishes exercising the minute power with which he is entrusted. He has never represented a disabled person and it shows. He enjoys the insignificant technicalities over the big picture and squanders his responsibility. I feel for those who appear in front of him and wish you the best. Yet another example of a underqualified attorney out of their depth finding refuge on the bench in the SSA.
He was very nice and also joked a little to lighten the mood in the courtroom. He seemed to be on my side when dealing with the vocational. I hate the anticipation on an answer. I feel good about how it went but you never know.
I haven’t been told whether or not I’ve been approved yet but I will say that Judge Crowell was extremely fair in my hearing. I do feel that he asked meaningful questions to draw an accurate picture of what I go through. I also thought it was very fair that he allowed me to be seen by a psychologist after my hearing, instead of denying me because I didn’t have enough to doctors notes.
He was also very kind when I had a panic attack. He allowed me to take a break, assured me to take as much time as needed, and even joked with my attorney to make me laugh.
I feel that he did his job 100% correctly and did everything in his power to get all of the information needed to come to a decision. I accept whatever his decision is, that’s how well I believe he worked to get enough information.