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  1. Eric W Matal says:

    I had this judge and I can only show empathy for anyone who has this judge. I saw him in November 2012, waited til March 2013 to find out that I was denied…so went to appeal his decision with a bit more evidence of my disability, and have been waiting over a year to just get another hearing. Fortunately, the ODAR came back with a fully favorable decision and I am approved, which I guess is rare. So, if you are assigned to have your hearing with Judge Lebron, according to the statistics, you have a 12% chance.

    This judge should be sent back to Puerto Rico because that’s the only place he has done any good.

  2. Evelyn says:

    I have been I front of this Judge twice and both times he had to be reminded of my lung surgery. On June 13, 2013 he made a decision and took it back when his assistant reminded him that I was in front of him once before. Talk about incompetent! When I saw him for my second time he was complaing how expensive it was for him to get an x-ray and rumbled on about his illnesses. It’s been over a year now and I am still waiting for his decision. This judge is easly confused and has to be redirected by the attorney repeatily, my attorney needs OVER 8 hours of sleep do deal with this judge. His retirement is over due.

  3. Anonymous says:

    This Judge has absolutely no idea what he’s doing on the bench. He is beyond incompetent, incapable of following the rules and regulations set forth by the administration and has zero knowledge of the law and how it applies to cases. He violates claimants’ due process rights, unnecessarily schedules examinations and wastes governmental resources. He uses cardiologists for orthopedic cases, fails to issue decisions within a reasonable time-frame and has no grasp on the law. He actually used to have 2 doctors and a vocational expert for every single case, until someone at SSA finally reprimanded him for his blatant waste of governmental resources. He has no business adjudicating any kind of case.

  4. Anonymous says:

    Mr. Lebron was extremly adversarial and incompetent. He is totally incoherent and vasolates from topic to topic.
    His illiteracy of the law and the understanding of medical records is incomprehensible. To address him as ” Your Honor” is a joke.The Uninted States government should spare the disabled society ,and dismiss him of his position.They say ignorance of the law is no excuse. So based on that premise, Roberto gets a pass, because being a moron is not against the law

  5. Anonymous says:

    I went in front of this judge and he was very abusive. He stated that my medical condition wasn’t that severe even after multiple surgeries. He further stated or refused to look at my medical evidence. No one has a chance with this gentlement. Mr. Lebron is an embarestment for the social security administration. I give this man 00000000000000000 stars.

  6. Anonymous says:

    The statistics on allowances and denials by this judge are indeed most curious. In Puerto Rico, he granted benefits in the vast majority of cases, and he issued decisions in a similar manner when he first came to White Plains. By contrast, he now denies benefits in more than twice as many cases as he allows them. This radical change, in so short a period, is hardly compatible with a picture of a fair, knowledgeable and independent judge.

  7. Anonymous says:

    It’s astonishing that this judge “Lebron” had a favorable rating of approving cases in San Juan at 82% in 2010 supporting his fellow Puerto Ricans with very few denials.
    Since he has been in White Plains from late 2010 to 2012, he has overwelmingly denied cases and has only approved 25% as of 2012.
    This judge should retire! He is very undecisive and was “all over the place” during testomony with a report that was documented in the same manner by him and not true.
    I feel that this is a form of prejudice by him with his statistics to prove it.
    Retire Lebron and stay in San Juan!

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