3.8 based on 9 reviews


  1. Mark Myszak says:

    I need to give him a call. We made a deal and I think he reneged on the deal. But the guys a deal maker. When I first saw the guy I went damn that was good work fast. Then he came at me with a deal that I didn’t like very good at all and told me if I didn’t take the deal I wouldn’t get any money. So I took the deal and then he changed the deal.

  2. Farrokh Nikmaram says:

    At the end of the day, this dishonorable rude hack not just insulted me but put me in a world of suffering. a disability claimant is not a thief this bad man is interrogating. No class and no character are one problem. Allowing such a little personality make ife and death decisions is another. I wish him disaster after disaster at every turn in his personal life. And of course will look for his butt in a Federal court.Shame on you Cusker. You are a dirty person.

  3. Farrokh Nikmaram says:

    I thought it was a show! He IS a racist! I don’t say it lightly.
    Not a bad judge. a bad man!

  4. John Gravina says:

    Very unhappy w/ a recent decision. It was telephonic so the ALJ couldn’t see for himself the claimants necessity of a walker. He ignored favorable evidence and choose his own. A lot of these decisions are coming out this way these days. It used to be go down and tell your story. You could win if the medical records supported you. Now the medical records need to have objective findings (e.g. severe MRI) or your lying. It makes the ALJ decide on records, but there not doctors. Doctors should say whether the symptoms are reasonably related to the findings. The doctors certainly could care less what the ALJ thinks. If a doctor reasonably relied on a judges interpretation it would be indefensible. Doctor’s don’t care what non-medical people have to say. It’s their license on the line.
    Judges should go back and administer justice – not find some reason to uphold earlier SSA denials. Otherwise, we could replace all of them w/ a rubber stamp -DENIED.

  5. Anonymous says:


    If they testified on your behalf, then yes it’s usually good.. You may get a favorable outcome. Unlike my judge, judge Ryan Johannes. Judge Johannes had his friend testify against me, didn’t let me testify on my behalf, only allowed yes or no answers from me and ignored the facts from the state doctors. My judge made his decision out of spite and my political affiliation. I wish you luck and hope your judge sides with facts and doesn’t pull what my dishonorable judge pulled.

    The Victim Of dishonorable Johannes

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