Plauche F VillereOdar Office, Administrative Law Judge
For the 2010 *fiscal year, Judge Plauche F Villere has disposed 834 cases at the Office of Disability Adjudication and Review (ODAR) in SACRAMENTO, CALIFORNIA. Out of those 834 dispostions, 90 were dismissed, 678 were approved and 66 were denied. This means that the percentage of depositions that Judge Plauche F Villere has approved in SACRAMENTO for the 2010 fiscal year is 15%. The information below for Judge Plauche F Villere was last updated on 12/01/2022.
|Plauche F Villere||No Stats for FY2020|
|All ALJs in SACRAMENTO||19%||50%||31%|
|All ALJs in CALIFORNIA||19%||45%||35%|
|All ALJs in the Nation||18%||45%||38%|
I have a hearing today on the phone and I didn’t receive my phone hearing on time and this upsets me and triggers me I demand answers immediately
Recently had my hearing Dec 2019 with Judge Villere he was very kind respectful and as i could see he is a very passionate gentle soul & as i await his decision after 22 mos hearing wait time i am confident Judge Villere will make a RIGHTEOUS decision based on my permanent disabilities …. Thank you sir .
Really great And compassionate Judge Thank you with all my heart really Thank you
Great judge. Very compassionate and respectful to claimants regardless of their case merits. He actually walks to the door to shake hands with claimants, welcoming them into the hearing room. Issues favorable bench decisions if possible. Also, issues denials where the evidence doesn’t support their case.
In 7 years of practice, I have never met a kinder, more humane judge. He is a credit to the SSA and judiciary!
This judge is simply a nice guy. Comes off the bench before the hearing begins and shakes hands with the claimant. Then does it again when the hearing is over. Feel very luck to get this judge.
Dear God, may I please have this judge for my case, after several years of pain, despair, anxiety, hopelessness, I would like to know I’m talking to a person that listens and understands, after two denials I see I might have to wait another year, I spoke to Binder/Binder, of course they want me, now I’ve done all the work and will probably do all the rest they will get 25%. I would have hired them in the first place but I don’t want to share my money, I have had it hard enough just this past year, Being 60 is a curse after working all your life, you fit nowhere, absolutely no dental unless your getting a tooth pulled, thank God for food stamps, 200 month and Sacramento Health services, losing all faith in life, I will ask God to help me through this again. No one tells you how bad it really is when you get old, I will lose my chance at a housing voucher now, out of 50,000 I was one of the 3,000 chosen in Sac county, no income to back it up, can’t complain anymore, here is to another year, I only hope I don’t have a heart attack waiting, p.s. the Roseville ss office and dds office, I can’t even tell you how much faith I had in you.
Wonderful judge!!! Not just because of his obviously high approval rate. He respects everyone and goes out of his way to put nervous claimants at ease by asking them about their personal lives prior to beginning the hearings. You can tell he really cares about people and sees the humanity behind the numbers.