3.5 based on 8 reviews

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  1. EJ says:

    Thank you Judge for approving my case after it was denied twice and gave me the chance to tell my story to you and how this injury have affected me and my wife life. I am vey grateful to you for helping me receive my benefits. This shows me that the SSA system is fair if you have your medical records and a SSA attorney with you when you go to a hearing. Great Judge to have to tell your truth to him. And you do not have to be nervous at the hearing.

  2. Cynthia says:

    Judge Alexander saw me & immediately made the comment that he read what the Doctors said, but I was too young to be having all the problems I was. He then sent me to his Dr. who even said that I would not be able to lift over 20lbs, stand too much, squat, bend, put my arms above my head, climb stairs, and yet I was still denied. He had the date of my Disability incur switched to when I filed, even though I only was working because SS said I needed to work another year in order to even file, because I was short credits. I have General Anxiety Disorder, Hypothyroidism, Hypoglycemia, Hypertension, MVP, a partially paralyzed vocal chord, Tendonitis in both Wrist & Elbows, Tarsal tunnel in both Ankles, Arthritis in both knees, Scoliosis with Herrington rods, Degenerative disc Disease in my lower n upper Back & Cervical Lordosis, Bulging disc in my lower spine. I can not talk for more than 20 minutes or I will lose my voice. I can’t walk for more than 30 minutes without hurting, I have to sit in a lounge position and even then my bottom falls asleep & hurts. I take medicine for my Pain, stay fatigued, trouble with my Memory & Hair loss, constipation, weight gain, mood swings. According to the Judge & the Vocational Rehabilitation rep. that called into my 2nd Appeal I can work certain jobs, mind you I have a High School education and my job experience is in Child care & retail, 2 jobs I can’t do again. All I can say for certain is that I am a Christian and I know that God has me facing All of this for a reason. The Judge had a Chance to be fair, but he wasn’t, but I am not going to hold it against him. I forgive him, after all he will have to stand before the Lord one day & will have to answer for the Judging he does.

  3. Vickie Hutto says:

    Hi, I would like to say that I consider Judge Alexander to be a fair Judge. He asked detailed questions and actually listened to what I had to say. I thank him for approving my case.
    My only problem is that now that I’m approved, why is it taking so long to get the process started. I have been waiting over 2 1/2 years. My lawyer, Deborah Grossman, has expedited my case and we still have no results. I have lost everything I have waiting. I am single and have no one to help me. My mom has been doing her best but she only gets 969.00 a month in SS. She can no longer help. I can’t afford to go see my doctor or the specialists. I can’t afford to get my medication. I am in so much pain. I need to see my ENT because I’m afraid the cancer is back in my mouth , I have been suspecting it for about 6 months.

  4. Relieved in Atlanta says:

    I was very surprised with the judge, after reading these comments I’ll admit I was worried about nothing. I found Judge Alexander to be very nice and seemed to really listen to what I had to say. He was pressed for time, but allowed my attorney to present the particulars about my case. After testifying and answering the questions he had, I was approved. Part of my case was not even presented due to missing doctor notes!
    I can only say to be prepared to testify. It’s not just about a diagnosis but how the diagnosis affects you and your ability to work. A vocational expert will be there to testify about any work you may be able to do despite your disability. Make sure you have proper documentation also. You need to be under a doctors care, and not just go in with an opinion from a doctor.

  5. Rebecca says:

    I had a hearing with Him and he was extremely caring and really put my anxiety at ease to where I was able to explain myself and go into great detail of how bad my physical and psychological disabilities are. I was so scared for months before my hearing. I was mentally and physically exhausted. He took the time to listen to me and was so sweet to me. Thank you your Honor I now feel like a big heavy weight has been lifted off of my chest. God bless you!

  6. m Elliott says:

    My wife is suffering from severe depression from losing our son in 1999 been in and out of institutions even a 6 month stay in Columbus whats wrong with this judge

  7. Anonymous says:

    I just had a hearing in front of him and he approved me on the spot! Remember if necessary, you can appeal the judges decision.

    I found the Judge to be rather caring and he took the time to listen and read the brief and any other information as he saw fit.

  8. Anonymous says:

    I have an upcoming hearing and after reading the above comments I am scared my case will be denied. Any suggestions? I do have a Lawyer, but any comments would be greatly appreated.

  9. Anonymous says:

    This judge have to remember one day he will be judged and it want be good….he deny peoples that is really sick and need help…You are one low down dirty man. Courteous he are that’s what fake and sneaky people do laugh in your face while hurting you behind your back. I guess he was bullet at school and now he think he got power to hurt peoples but you hurting the wrong one.

  10. Anonymous says:

    The chances of getting a fair hearing before this Judge are not good. It almost appears he has a bias toward injured claimants. Any adverse medical opinion will be adopted in his decision. If there is not an adverse opinion in the record, he will send out for one. He is very courteous as he guts your case.

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