4.2 based on 5 reviews

7 Comments

  1. Anonymous says:

    Not a good judge. She speculated that you are lying from the start and will not even listen to you. Even if someone shows proof that their struggling with a disability she will smile and find a way to prove you are wrong. I am in shock and how awful she was.

  2. Jeff Brooks says:

    Follow up from 2017,,, Good decision,,

  3. Jeff Brooks says:

    I had my hearing Nov 8 2017 and do not know the results yet,,Judge Andrews Turner was nice and did not make me feel uneasy at all. I am a 100% Disabled Vet, she ask a few questions and i never once got nervous from her,,She seemed like a fair judge to me so i will see how my results go from here,,,

  4. Dwayne says:

    I went before Judge Andrews-Turner in May 2016, I found her to very thoughtful and very prepared. She was very accommodation and made me feel very relaxed. If you have actual disabilities and your file is in order, your hearing will go very smoothly.

  5. Anonymous says:

    I seen judge Andrew’s on June 8th for my hearing she was very nice and understanding. I was not able to sit for the duration of the hearing due to my disabilities and she did not mind at all that I needed to stand. Thank you judge Andrew’s for a pleasant hearing.

  6. Charlene says:

    She strongly suspects that all claimants and their representatives are liars and cheats. She looks for anything in the record to support her speculation that a claimant is lying. She doesn’t ask about any of her concerns during the hearing, when the Claimant could explain or the representative could point to clarifying evidence. Instead, she sandbags. She thinks she is smarter than medical doctors or Ph.D. psychologists. She does not hesitate to second-guess their opinions, even when opinions from multiple doctors are supported by substantial medical evidence in the record. She is a disaster and a nightmare. She makes up her mind before hearings.

  7. Anonymous says:

    Her demeanor told me at the door I had a tough fight on my hands. She is very cold. She was far from thorough as she just agreed with the previous decisions without considering or addressing ALL of the evidence. You’ll need an overwhelming amount of agreements from your own doctors if you’re going to win a fully favorable decision with her at the bench, not just a treatment history. She used my medical history of treatments against me. Get opinion evidence from as many of your doctors as possible who agree on your onset date or you’ll be sorry when you get your backpay. If you even get a partially favorable, be glad, she’s definitely a tough cookie.

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