3 based on 2 reviews


  1. Hnic says:

    I shook hands on a deal with the retired judge. He agreed to a price and I left. I was busy fixing a few cars and I called 3 days later to buy the parts. He told me we did not have a contract. I completely understand why this guy’s reviews are so bad. Here are my copied text message’s to him. Hey, Ron,this is Jay ××××× the Ford guy we left for vacation I still want those parts and I’ll honor the deal but I can’t get them until the 9th until we come back from vacation. you’re more than welcome to drop them off with our nanny and then when I get back I’ll give you $300
    His response
    Hey, Jay

    That’s ok, I already boxed them up to move. I now think I will just put them on ebay, I really need $500 for the lot. Gave a nice, safe trip.

    Wow judge I thought we made a deal

    His response You didn’t seem to really want the stuff and did not come back to pay. No $ to hold the deal indefinitely. After some thought, I can do better.

    Integrity means a lot to me seems we may never deal again together. A deal is a deal. No matter the type of contract.

    It’s a good lesson for my 6 year old to see people whose word does not mean **** at her age

  2. Anonymous says:

    I got my unfavorable paperwork in the mail yesterday. I could not believe what I have read. There were quotes of things I supposedly said that were never said. He quoted me saying that ” I have never lost or been fired from any job because of my disability”. I am not a genius but I am pretty sure that the reason why I am trying to get disability is because of the trouble I have keeping and getting work . It makes me sad because I know this **** is making a lot of peoples lives a lot more difficult than it already is. SAD VERY SAD. As of 04/7/17. I have heard he is no longer at this position. Not sure why but not hard to guess

  3. Anonymous says:

    It’s unbelievable to me that this man can make decisions about someone else’s life. He was **** and just a *****. After the S.S. Office own doctor said there was no jobs I could do he still denied me. Now I am no longer eligible for disability. I guess this is how the S.S office saves money.

  4. Lost Hope in Chatta says:

    Even after reading all the bad reviews, I went into my hearing with an open mind. Well, from my personal experience, he is even worse than you can possibly imagine. My very own attorney said he was an a-hole!!! That should sum it up for anyone who has the bad luck like me to be assigned to this conceited ass of a man. If you want to see what he looks like, just google a donkey! At least donkeys are cute, there is nothing nice about this man. Good luck if you have him. You will certainly need it. He will totally disregard your own doctors stating you are unable to work. He puts all his weight on the SS doctors who never see you, but break apart your case in the lowest form they can. God is always watching, and I don’t know how any of them can sleep at night for what they do!!!

  5. Anonymous says:

    I think Judge Ronald J. Feibus has gotten a bad report in the past I went Jan 2016 I thought he was an excellent Judge very respectable and straight to the point. He seems to honestly care about people and he listens. If your faking being disabled he will know these Judges don’t have time for people trying to get approved for SSDI, SSI or anything else. Don’t go before this Judge without an Attorney and your Attorney needs to do his or her homework!!! Be prepared as a individual but mostly be HONEST have faith in God and be positive! Good luck to all!

  6. Anonymous says:

    Didn’t think he was awful, at least not at the one hearing I’ve had before him. Got the feeling he probably doesn’t like non-attorney reps too much. He did assert himself and explain things and run the hearing, but he was not insulting or rude. He seemed to want to control how the hearing progressed according to his standards. It’s his room; I tried to follow along. Thought he treated me and the claimant respectfully, even if he did at times “instruct” me. Perhaps that tendency to teach may make him seem difficult to attorneys. Having no law degree, I felt he still treated me pretty well.

  7. Anonymous says:

    An experience that left me feeling bullied and victimized. Still trying to recover. I’m too,old and sick to have to deal with that kind of abuse.

  8. Anonymous says:

    I went for my hearing on July 26th 2012 and I received my denial letter on September 15th 2012. I am assuming it was denied because he did not give much weight to my doctor saying that I cannot work. That is what the letter actually says. I cannot believe they allow judges to go against what the doctors say, why do they even ask for the paperwork if they will just go against it anyway. I am so devastated with the denial but I am not giving up. I will continue to trust God for a good outcome. This judge really needs out of this position.

  9. Anonymous says:

    This is an awful Judge he should not even be on this panel of judges for the determination of what is peoples lively-hood and their only ray of hope. He is rude, uncaring, he should have went to school to be a doctor instead of a judge as he over turns doctors diagnosis and more or calls them liars and feels he is smarter than any of them. He should not be on the bench in any form. This man needs serious help he is a bad person and I can only hope the Government will see through this man and get him off this panel of judges.

  10. Anonymous says:

    Just awful. Even his fellow ALJs can’t stand him. He has a burning desire to be the smartest guy in the room…a tall order regardless of the company. That said, his ego can be an advantage. If you don’t obstruct his quest to prove his intelligence, he will often debate himself right into awarding the case.

    Caveat: LOVES to play doctor and evaluate the treatment prescribed. Also, he has had lumbar disc surgery and because he had a generally good outcome, naturally presumes everyone does (refer back to “smartest guy” issue).

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