Manh H NguyenOdar Office, Administrative Law Judge
For the 2014 *fiscal year, Judge Manh H Nguyen has disposed 317 cases at the Office of Disability Adjudication and Review (ODAR) in MT PLEASANT MI, MICHIGAN. Out of those 317 dispostions, 50 were dismissed, 155 were approved and 112 were denied. This means that the percentage of depositions that Judge Manh H Nguyen has approved in MT PLEASANT MI for the 2014 fiscal year is 11%. The information below for Judge Manh H Nguyen was last updated on 12/01/2022.
|MT PLEASANT MI||2015||508||429||198||231||16%||45%||39%|
|MT PLEASANT MI||2014||317||267||112||155||16%||49%||35%|
|MT PLEASANT MI||2016||505||435||201||234||14%||46%||40%|
|MT PLEASANT MI||2017||492||419||184||235||15%||48%||37%|
|MT PLEASANT MI||2018||225||196||80||116||13%||52%||36%|
|MT PLEASANT MI||2019||428||370||174||196||14%||46%||41%|
|MT PLEASANT MI||2020||274||243||98||145||11%||53%||36%|
|Manh H Nguyen||No Stats for FY2020|
|All ALJs in MT PLEASANT MI||15%||48%||37%|
|All ALJs in MICHIGAN||15%||49%||36%|
|All ALJs in the Nation||18%||45%||38%|
Well, I had my hearing in front of this judge today and I (and my attorney) thought it went well. The judge was a very attentive listener while my attorney presented our case. He didn’t ask me, my attorney, or the vocational expert any questions, just took in the medical facts of the case, which I took as a good sign! I’m hoping that means we presented a strong appeal. Guess we’ll have to wait and see.
Very professional judge and is very fair when considering medical evidence.
Thank you for researching and finding out about scleroderma. It is a rare disease that has affected so many of us by attacking our hands, joints and internal organs. We have lost so many patients to this horrible disease. Ten percent of us with scleroderma also get Pulmonary Arterial Hypertension in which the scleroderma has attacked the lungs. I have scleroderma, pulmonary hypertension and breast cancer. Thank you for helping Shelley Miller get the disability verdict she needed.
My mother has Scleroderma and I see her pain and suffering every day that never ends. For her she was already retired before she was overwhelmed by this disease but had she not been there is no way she could have continued to work. The decision to grant Shelley Miller disability is a step in the right direction for those that suffer daily with Scleroderma. Thank you for being opened minded about a disease most people do not understand.