3.4 based on 5 reviews


  1. Gloria Jean Ames says:

    He is a criminal. Completely unfair, biased and SSDI’s best asset.

  2. Anonymous says:

    If you get judge fallis you’re guaranteed to lose it appears he gets off on screwing over disabled people’s lifes.

  3. Anonymous says:

    If you get judge fallis you are guaranteed to lose it appears that he gets off on screwing over people and there’s nothing you can do about it

  4. Anonymous says:

    This judge is through he makes decisions based on need and makes not exceptions for drug addiction. If you are an addict or an addict in remission watch out because this judge doesn’t have a sympathetic bone in his body for ANYONE looking for a hand out instead of a hand up. If you’re not working on yourself if possible then why should he assist with your demise. This is the way I feel he looks at addicts.

  5. Anonymous says:

    I was born with congenital nail and patella syndrome also have kidney disease and hepatitis C for 12 yrs. My mental health has always been in question and I have spent time in jail deu to that fact. I was denied y this judge in 2014 & was assigned him again in 2019. I’m still waiting for a decision and its almost February now. By his statistics it doesn’t look good He seems nice but doesn’t appear to have any compassion for the mentally ill.

  6. Bobby Jackson says:

    How does one case get denied after careers under construction couldnt find a job that i could work?

  7. tami whitaker says:

    I had a hearing with judge fallis in February 2016. I found him to be a very nice man.we did the video conferencing which was a little bit weird to me but all in all he made me feel comfortable. I am still waiting on a decision as of yet.

  8. Anonymous says:

    I have a hearing coming up before this judge. I don’t see how this system is fair. There are judges with a 75% approval rate and others with 38%. I have not had any income for 2 years. This decision is vital for me to have quality of life again. I worked 36 years of my life and would be working today if I could. So it scares me to think I may not be approved because of the judge I was assigned.

  9. Anonymous says:

    Note: These percentages are deceptive. Fallis’ effective fully favorable win rate is only 29.2%. Take the total number of fully favorable decisions issued (61) and divide this number by the total decisions issued (209). See https://www.socialsecurity.gov/appeals/DataSets/03_ALJ_Disposition_Data.pdf. These are official ODAR numbers are for the period 9/29/12 through 4/26/13. Although I’ve never practiced before this judge, numbers like these speak for themselves.

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