4 based on 4 reviews


  1. Vicki Corkern says:

    The disability rules, law, I should of got my disability, but this judge denied me my disability. I am a very sick person, there is days I can barely walk, I honestly don’t know if I am going to make it some days.. I have so much pain , so forgetful, the social security doctor said I was disable to work, because of my disease. She mention of me being obesity, and lack of education. It never stopped me working before. I have worked ever since I was 12 years old, worked hard for over 40 years. I have worked for everything I have, and now I am not able to work and about to lose everything I have ever worked for, because I am not able to work, and this Judge made this unfair and inhumane decision, on behalf I felt she is a prejudge Person. It is such a shame that a judge can make this kind of decision, because they don’t like a person. What has our country become to. So sad that’s it’s become that such cases are treated like this. God be with us all.

  2. vet says:

    I would like to just say she is a fair and just judge she truly listen and provide fair decisions based on the evidence if more judges were this unbiased and did everything on a case by case basis and not under any preconceived stereotype this world would be a better place

  3. Anonymous says:

    She took the time to listen to me and was very caring.

  4. Anonymous says:

    She was respectful during the hearing and only asked me a few questions briefly the whole time which leads me to believe their mind was made up before I ever got there(her and the vocational “expert”. It was determined I could no longer do my old work and at the same time I am supposedly not disabled either because Mr. “Expert” says I can either be a kitchen helper now or a dining room attendant…both with 30% restrictions to bending and lifting and even going so far as to say there were thousands of local jobs doing these things. First of all no one will hire or keep you working with any restrictions and second I can’t do them anyway and third…I live in a small town and there aren’t thousands of jobs combined anywhere around me. I am very disappointed in the double standard used in the decision. Make up your mind. You say I can’t stand or lift and do my old job but I can stand all day and lift in the job you say I should or could have. What a crock. If I could do my old job I could be making 1 to 2 thousand a week on very good weeks. I would have to be crazy to not do that… Maybe I am crazy for thinking I could get a fair shot after all the grief and ginancial upheaval I’ve been through with this.

  5. Anonymous says:

    I dont think she took in to consideration what I have to go through everyday dealing with children that have ADHD and ODD have twins one approved other one keep being denied I wish she could walk in my shoes and see how it feels to get calls from school because your child cant stay in her seat or that the child is being suspended for fighting hope she one day look at the whole picture and not just her question she asked us

  6. Anonymous says:

    I don’t understand her decision I have twins one approved other denied several times never went to court one other twin but the oldest getting denied they both have the same medical history and they take med everyday which is five to be exact and hopefully when I appeal I will have some type of representation because why do one get approved and the other one keeps getting denied keep in mind they are only three mintues apart bug the oldest twin keep getting denied ever chance I apply

  7. Anonymous says:

    Hottest looking ALJ I’ve seen. Very cute french sounding accent and a nice demeanor as well.

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