5 based on 2 reviews

7 Comments

  1. Anonymous says:

    This judge withheld key evidence, omitted, mischaracterized key findings in my medical records, it’s like she wasn’t going off my medical records at all. I’m filing a complaint with the bar because she knowingly omitted a lot information and the reason I know is that she wrote down a piece of information and in the same paragraph omitted a lot of things that was substantial to the consistency of my symptons

  2. Anonymous says:

    This judge withheld key evidence, omitted, mischaracterized key findings in my medical records, it’s like she wasn’t going off my medical records at all. I’m filing a complaint with the bar because she knowingly omitted a lot information and the reason I know is that she wrote down a piece of information and in the same paragraph omitted a lot of things that was substantial to the consistency of my symptons

  3. Mechelle says:

    Judge Robinson is a very fair judge. I was issued a partially favorable decision. However, i really think she wanted to help me prove my onset date. She asked great questions and listened to what i had to say. I have a mental illness and i get judged and looked down on by drs. And other professionals all the time, but not this lady. She made me feel very comfortable. I received ssi instead of ssdi. But i do understand tgat this was because i had no medical evidence of my onset date that i claimed. I wish the administration wud understand when u get fired u cant afford health care, not the judges fault. Anyway, im glad i drew this judge and even tho im disappointed to be getting less $$$, she was kind and i feel i was treated very fairly. The wait nearly killed me, but im thankful i got a judge that was kind and fair….

  4. Anonymous says:

    I had a hearing with this Judge, and I think she is a very pleasant, calm and fair Judge. She was very professional and empathetic in my case.

  5. ANGRY PARENT says:

    NOT A FAIR JUDGE AT ALL..

  6. Sharon Norwood-Lewis says:

    Laura Robinson, I would like to know why none of my disabilities were considered in my case on September 9,2015? Instead,you insisted on defaming my character.you used past statements in my mental file to my psychiatrist. You tried to make me look like a drug addict without carefully considering those statements you were referring to dated back when I was a young adult. You not once considered looking or even taking a drug test of me before the hearing.my opinion is you went in pre-judging me before you even viewed the facts. You not once considered the pain I suffer on a daily basis.not once did you consider my disability of cervical spondylodis,which is the wearing and testing affecting the spinal fish in my neck.jobs that involve repetitive neck motions,awkward positioning or a lot of over-head work puts extra stress on my neck.tingling,numbness,and weakness in my arms,hands,legs,and feet.I sometimes have loss of bladder control.neither did you consider my other disabilities,like,major depressive disorder(bipolar),personality disorder,personality disorder NOS,asthma,chronic kidney disease,right renal hydronephrosis,infection in my bloodstream,migraines and a few minor disabilities. My understanding was that you’re supposed to base your decision on facts, not assumptions.

  7. Anonymous says:

    I’ve had about 5 hearings with this judge. She is very pleasant, calm, professional and empathetic and understanding with the claimants. She is well prepared; will ask rep for opening; she then questions the claimant in a patient and fairly thorough manner and rep can follow up with additional specifics. She usually gives a hypo based on DDS RFC and one based on claimant’s testimony or inability to be on task more than 75% of the time. SHe will also ask for closing argument. She strikes me as very fair and impartial.

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