5 based on 5 reviews


  1. Anonymous says:

    Judge Inouye, you are not a fair judge. You should be ashamed of yourself lying about people ,and using their past against them when it has nothing to do with the case. If that is the only way to make sure a working class person doesn’t get the money they worked for bravo to you!!! I wonder how you sleep at night! I will surly pray for you!!!!

  2. Anonymous says:

    Judge Inouye did a terrible job considering all of the facts of my case. She seemed to have her mind made-up before the hearing even started. There was no need to wait the 2.5 months to receive my decision, I knew it would be negative based off of tone of the hearing.

    The fact that the “medical expert” was a Psychologist (PhD) and not a Medical Doctor (MD) when my claim was medically based pretty much indicated that my claim was going to be denied. Not to mention, Judge Inouye did a terrible job as far as allowing my attorney to present my case. Most of the hearing focused on the Feux doctor’s testimony and the job export rattling off figures of jobs that are available in the economy.

  3. Anonymous says:

    Judge Inouye recently heard my case and while not knowing her decision yet, I felt she asked relevant and intelligent questions to ascertain my disability case. Not having an attorney represent me, I feel she will give a fair decision. That is all one can ask for.

  4. Anonymous says:

    Judge inuoye decide my case right. she was fiar and look at everthng. she ok with me.

  5. Anonymous says:

    Judge Inouye has rapidly established herself as a rising star among the federal administrative law judge corps. Her vast prior litigation experience has been a boon to her acknowledged superior ability in bringing out the truth in cases that she hears. Cases typically present inconsistencies between testimony and the medical record and other evidence. Judge Inouye is recognized as having a superb ability to resolve these inconsistencies in a manner that follows the law applicalbe to disability cases. Of course, not all claimants are happy as some are under the impression that merely applying for disability guarantees that payments will soon follow. In her difficult job, Judge Inouye’s top-notch judicial temperment stands her in good stead.

    I see the above comments came from another stooge from SSA or perhaps the judge herself either way take it worth a grain of salt.

  6. Anonymous says:

    Judge Inouye knows the law and applies it to the facts before her. That’s her job and she does it well.

  7. Anonymous says:

    37 year old former public defender gets appointed to the federal bench? Hardly experienced in SSA law. She’s fulfilling the SSA mission to deny every possible claim. Why bother seeing your own doctor for years on end. She rejects their opinions in favor of some hack doctor who couldn’t get a real job so works doing SS evals for $150.00 a pop. Just the latest in SSA’s Ayn Randian-esque implementation of disability law. Such a shameful and disgraceful reflection of our era’s governance. How many people with Stage III cancer, undergoing chemo for a year, are actively working full time?
    You are a despicable person, Jessica.

  8. Truthful says:

    Super smart. Can tell she’s been doing this a long time. Really knows her stuff.

  9. Anonymous says:

    Not good. Needs to seek other type work.

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