2.3 based on 3 reviews

7 Comments

  1. Anonymous says:

    I personally have nothing bad to say about this judge. My only thing is why has it been going on 4 months next month to get a decision after my disability hearing. I honestly didn’t think it would take this long. It took 3 years to get a hearing and I’m still waiting. I guess time will tell. Good luck to everyone who deserves it.

  2. Anonymous says:

    Judge Brock is a very fair and smart Judge. She was well prepared had obviously read my entire case. I received a FULLY FAVORABLE decision.

  3. j.c. says:

    Very fair judge. Asks lots of questions and will refer to expert vocational witness for job related questions. You need to be truthful with this judge as she will look up your answers in your medical records. I recieved my approval the day af court verbally.

  4. Anonymous says:

    I have heard complaints about this ALJ being intoxicated in the past; my understanding is that this situation is under control now. I’ve had a number of hearings with her in the past couple of years and she always seemed fine and well prepared. She doesn’t usually ask for opening or closing statements. She will cover most of the important stuff in a general way and then let rep follow up on specifics. She will award a solid case. She does often run late in starting hearings.

  5. Anonymous says:

    I would like to thank Judge Brock for finally approving disabitity for a very Good friend of mine that almost lost his foot due to waiting for 3 years for disability we appreciate you thanks!

  6. Anonymous says:

    I requested that the Appeals Council reopen a case where an unrepresented client went before her. They agreed!!

    The Judge said that the client was a secretary and performed someother job that she never did. Also, the client was 3 months away from turning 55, and she would have grided out with the light RFC that the Judge gave her. However, the Judge in her discreation found her to be 54, and denied her case. Also, the Judge never considered several of the claimant’s medically determinable impairments.

  7. Sandy says:

    This Judge really doesn’t need to be doing Hearings. I never had a Representative but the Representative that was with her before me laughed on the Hearing date about how the Judge had been drinking. I do not drink but I really don’t know why our SSA allows a Judge under the infulence to listen to cases.. This Judge was literally falling on the desk, speach slurred and I was amazed this woman was going to make a decision on me that would affect the rest of my life. Of course I got denied but she had no clue what was going on that day and I get a denial because of her inability to even stay focused on my Hearing… Thanks Judge Brock (maybe I would have done better if I would have come intoxicated to the Hearing?)

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