Karen A CornickOdar Office, Administrative Law Judge
For the 2010 *fiscal year, Judge Karen A Cornick has disposed 507 cases at the Office of Disability Adjudication and Review (ODAR) in ATLANTA DOWNTOWN, GEORGIA. Out of those 507 dispostions, 45 were dismissed, 219 were approved and 243 were denied. This means that the percentage of depositions that Judge Karen A Cornick has approved in ATLANTA DOWNTOWN for the 2010 fiscal year is 11%. The information below for Judge Karen A Cornick was last updated on 12/01/2022.
|Karen A Cornick||No Stats for FY2011|
|All ALJs in ATLANTA DOWNTOWN||19%||43%||38%|
|All ALJs in GEORGIA||18%||45%||37%|
|All ALJs in the Nation||18%||45%||38%|
I’m waiting on her to make a decision on my disability. Lord Jesus after reading all of these comment I just say Mercy Lord!!!!!!
I totally agree with everyone about this judge. I received my unfavorable decision yesterday. There was a lot of untruths in my decision letter after it was determined that I have four different types of arthritis, depression, rototor cuff syndrome,and diabetes I was still denied. It was also determined that I could be a ticket giver even though I can barely use my hands.
Grumpy. Disengaged. Definite bent toward denial. Will at times ignore compelling evidence in file without comment. Tricky hypotheticals.
I Really think its time she Retires. She is someone who should not be a judge, And if she is gonna stay a judge she really needs to look over cases more so then she does.
I Also think judge Karen Cornick does not look over files corectly. My partner was giving less then 14 months to live and have been awaiting her decision almost 5 months. It should have been a very open and closed case
She is disengaged with a rather flat effect. She will basically have a representative handle all the questioning, and mainly solicit negative VE testimony. I doubt she bothers to read or familiarize herself with files before hearings, based on my observations. Her limited questioning to claimants certainly supports that view. Overall, she is one of the Atlanta ODAR’s more unimpressive adjudicators.