Jennifer M Horne, Roanoke , San francisco , Virginia , California Odar Office, Administrative Law Judge
For the 2012 *fiscal year, Judge Jennifer M Horne has disposed 225 cases at the Office of Disability Adjudication and Review (ODAR) in HONOLULU, HAWAII. Out of those 225 dispostions, 32 were dismissed, 111 were approved and 82 were denied. This means that the percentage of depositions that Judge Jennifer M Horne has approved in HONOLULU for the 2012 fiscal year is 20%. The information below for Judge Jennifer M Horne was last updated on 12/01/2022.
|Jennifer M Horne||No Stats for FY2013|
|All ALJs in HONOLULU||19%||55%||26%|
|All ALJs in HAWAII||19%||55%||26%|
|All ALJs in the Nation||18%||45%||38%|
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Ms. Horne, why did you help an attorney steal $5,000 from my disabled son?
Patrick Hartley was suppose to represent my child at a Social Security Disability Hearing and just never showed up. When the judge called him on the phone during the hearing he told her he was in a separate courtroom due to a scheduling conflict. The judge had a clerk check to confirm this but Patrick was no were to be found.
We should have known something was off when Patrick declined to meet us to prepare for the hearing. We won the disability case without representation. The complete file with all medical records had already been prepared by us months earlier. Mr. Hartley provided no services at all and a decision was entered against paying Hartley a fee. Without any notice to us Patrick Hartley appealed this decision and succeeded at getting the decision reversed and collecting over $5,000 of my child’s disability payments.
A signature on the notice of Administrative Review Determination is as follows: Jennifer M. Horne, Acting Assistant Regional Chief Administrative Law Judge on behalf of Caroline Beers Acting Regional Chief Administrative Law Judge.
Patrick Hartley provided no services,and did not show up to the hearing yet he petitioned for over $5,000 from my son’s back-pay. The only notice we received that Mr. Hartley was attempting to gain access to any money was a notice from SSA the night before the deadline to dispute the decision along with a notice that Patrick had been paid the fee.
This is the second time we have experienced a similar incident and suspect this is standard practice in the legal industry. Please investigate.
Very kind to clients; very efficient in hearings.