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  1. Richard says:

    Hey was a pretty nice guy strait forward though

  2. Anonymous says:

    This judge said on the record he would grant benefits. The decision arrived unfavorable.

  3. Anonymous says:

    Well, if you try to seek SSI it is best to just dismiss and refile with hopes of getting different ALJ. The only good thing about trying an SSI case to him is that you can usually get him to trip up and make a statement to the effect that “so you have not paid in benefits and now you are wanting the American people to pay you”…..if you wear Red, White and Blue you might have better chance of winning…He needs disability based upon a mental disorder.

  4. Anonymous says:

    In my experience this judge tends to be good natured, pleasant, upbeat. Gives very clear definitions to the terms he uses (i.e. what he means by “drug abuse”). Usually just has rep develop disabilty/impairment related issues in the case. Always covers smoking, drinking, criminal background. If claimant has anyone else in household who is receiving SSD or SSI expect a full exploration of that situation. He will award cases with merit and he’s tough on weak cases.

  5. Anonymous says:

    This man has some issues and need to be locked up in the nut house asap….

  6. Anonymous says:

    A real PR man…and that does not stand for public relations!

  7. Anonymous says:

    Another black eye and embarrassment for the administration.

  8. Anonymous says:

    One word….nuts

  9. Anna Lee Shaheen says:

    A.L. Shaheen of Texas agrees.

  10. Anonymous says:

    ALJ is hostile and will make up reasons to deny claims even those that are supported by evidence in the file.

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