4 based on 4 reviews

6 Comments

  1. Anonymous says:

    All I can say is kangaroo court. He is also an intensely crabby individual who has an very strange obsession with any previous drug/alcohol use/abuse – as if ANYone with a disability hasn’t.. Just.. Very very strange. He uses any possible thing to grasp at, in order to back up his pre-decided denials – as opposed to using evidence TO come to a decision. When judges get this jaded and crabby, they seriously should no longer be able to hear cases anymore.

  2. Anonymous says:

    Had a hearing on January 2016
    The judge was very fair and thorough. Just be honest with him and do not exaggerate symptoms. He is very well versed in the law and treated me with dignity and respect.

  3. Army says:

    On one hand Judge Morrison seems very knowledgeable and professional.
    I believe he is very well versed in the law. Having said that I do not feel he nor Social Security Disability treated my case as a veteran fairly. I provided stacks of medical records from doctors at the VA. I show a definite history and pattern of
    disability as defined by our government. Yet some how judge Morrison and Social Security both feel I can still work a part time job in food service with minimal interaction with people.

    It makes me ill that my country asks so much of its men and women
    In the armed forces and when we come to our own government with obvious problems and need help, we can’t get it. I try to get help at the VA and it takes 2-3 years to get anywhere. I file claims with disability and they just get denied.

    Thanks judge and thanks SSD for really nothing. It has been over a year since
    You last heard my case. I still do not work and bills continue to mount up. I know, not your problem.

    For the record, on my case you were dead wrong. Pain rules my life.
    Fear controls my daily living. I am not the person I used to be.
    Shame on you for not doing your job.

  4. Amy says:

    I found Judge Morrison to be a fair Judge. He read over all my records, all four inches of records and even did study on my disease which he had never heard of before my hearing. I can stress to you that you MUST have Medical Evidence and have your Dr write a letter stating why he feels you are disabled. If you do not have medical proof forget it. He is smart so just be honest with him and he also treated me with respect.

  5. Anonymous says:

    Judge Morrison appears to be a very knowledgeable person with respect to the social security disability cases. Very pleased!

  6. Anonymous says:

    It was obvious based on his demeanor and questioning that “Judge” Morrison had made up his mind prior to my wife’s hearing and his decision ignored the opinion of her primary treating doctor in favor of the doctor SS sent her to who in his report said there was no indication that my wife even has the disorder she is seeking disability for!

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