3 based on 4 reviews


  1. Anonymous says:

    An ***** that does not know her job or who is actually disabled. I guess I should renounce my citizenship and sneak back into the country. Then the ******* government would give me all the help I need for my 15 abdominal surgeries over the last 18 years. I guess I can just keep working and have another surgery every 18 months. What a *****

  2. David Goodman says:

    These comments are edited and placed here by other people. Probably the administrator.. That’s very bad, I know not 1 person to ever have a pleasant experience with this judge.. SHE ONLY DENIES.. Should be a crime !!!

  3. JM says:

    Judge Barber was very professional and compassionate. It was a very pleasant experience. She makes you feel at ease when you are there.

  4. Mark Koester says:

    This judge seems courteous but she definately ignores the facts of the case. My wife had several doctors treat her which included three spinal surgeries . There are several more to come. My wife had to endure the denials of two judges before Barber. She runs with constant pain and suffering and disability for several years and the judge can’t understand the facts and apparently hasn’t done the research . Complete fail. Disgusting .

  5. Anonymous says:

    I’ve had several hearings with Judge Barber. She is very friendly, compassionate and has a good sense of humor. She often comes across as a bit discombobulated and disorganized in her approach and questioning, but she is always professional and treats claimants and reps well. I think the most important issue for her is credibility. She zeros in on any inconsistencies with testimony, histories given to doctors, etc. Your case needs to be very clean on that score or she will deny you. She is very conservative and will only pay really strong cases.

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