5 based on 4 reviews


  1. N/A says:

    The Honorable Judge Arno I thought may not approve my case with the little evidence my attorney had, but she did and she was very fair. She saw I was very nerves being on camera, but she made me feel comfortable where I was able to tell her the truth, the whole truth, and nothing but the truth. When she asked me a difficult question and after I answered it she thanked me since she saw it was hard for me to omit to it out loud. She is a very fair judge, and I am so happy I had my case in front of her. It was a pleasure to have her as my Judge and make a decision that will change my life for the better.

  2. claimant MV says:

    Judge Arno is a very fair judge who will listen and evaluate your case very carefully. She is patient and treats you with respect and dignity; she’s easy on the eyes too.

  3. kenneth d. chavez says:

    My judge was Josephine Arno. Having no teeth made it difficult to answer questions and talking in front of people is terrifying for me. My attorney didn’t seem to offer much help. I hadn’t worked since 2009 and made over 100k yearly. I cant remember much from 2009 until 2015. I was lost, not taking meds for my mental illness, except when hospitalized. They say I applied for benefits back in 2010 though I cant recall. The past 2 years I have been seeing my doctors regularly and started on meds to help my schizophrenia and panic attacks. I tried getting a job for the first time in 2017 as I was able to get out of the house more and felt I could maybe work thinking my panic attacks were under better control. I was wrong though, I fell off a ladder after working there for one month and broke my foot. This is probably the only thing that kept me from being fired much sooner then I was. I was put on restricted duty because of the broken foot and was allowed to work any hours and not showing up which became a big problem because the panic attacks have come back. I don’t want to be disabled and want to work like I use to. I don’t want to be a burden on anyone including my parents. I wish I could have my life back but am not there and because I worked I might of ruined my chances for getting help which I need so desperately. When asked if I had worked I thought she meant right at that moment. I became confussed and was fighting from having a panic attack. I just wanted out of the court room and I think I really screwed things up….I haven’t received an answer yet but from what I hear she is very fair and am lucky to have someone who is. I worked my hole life helping others and hope someone can help me now when it is needed. I don’t expect to need help for long though because the meds are working just not as fast as I could hope. that’s is for now ….kenny

  4. Anonymous says:

    My hearing was 3/14/18. I waited over 3 1/2 years. Josephine Arno was my ALJ. She was fair and listened to me and my attorney. The hearing was a fast 20 minutes. She told me before I left that I would be awarded benefits. I knew I would win, but I didn’t expect to know the day of the hearing.

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