3 based on 8 reviews

15 Comments

  1. Anonymous says:

    Follow-up comment now that I’ve received Judge Sanzi’s decision on my claimant’s case: Decision is well-written, concise, clear so that most claimant’s could understand it. In spite of the fact the my claimant hid his/her return to work after the initial onset date, Judge Sanzi still gave him/her the benefit of the doubt. But based on his/her age, a sedentary rating equaled a finding of “not disabled.” Not the decision I wanted for my claimant, but a well-reasoned and appropriate one. Will probably never appear before him again, but still believe he was fair, respectful, professional.

  2. Anonymous says:

    I NEVER THOUGHT A JUDGE COULD USE HIS OWN OPINION OF WHAT IS OR ISN’T AN ILLNESS EVEN WHEN IT IS PROVEN BY DOCTOR’S TESTOMY AND RECORDS. THIS MAN SHOULD BE EDUCATED IN ALL TYPES OF DISABILITIES, EVEN ONES ABOVE THE NECK. YOUR BRAIN CONTROLS EVERYTHING YOUR BODY DOES, YET HE DOES NOT BELIEVE IN MENTAL ILLNESS, IT’S ALL IN YOUR HEAD. MAYBE HE SHOULD SPEAK TO VETS AND FIND OUT WHAT PTSD IS, MAYBE HE SHOULD HAVE A PANIC ATTACK OR NOT BE ABLE TO SLEEP FOR DAYS IN A ROW. MAYBE HE SHOULD TAKE MEDICATIONS THAT RELIEVE THE SYMTOMS BUT CAUSE HORRIBLE SIDE EFFECTS….OR MAYBE HE SHOULD STOP PLAYING GOD.

  3. Anonymous says:

    I would be happy to appear before ALJ Sanzi any time. He conducts a logically organized, fair hearing. He treats both the claimant and the representative respectfully, ensures the claimant understands what is happening, encourages the the claimant to ask questions if he does not understand something. He gives no indication of having pre-judged the case or of just “going through the motions.” He asks reasonable hypotheticals and doesn’t go over the top with endless restrictions. He may rule against my claimant (after working with him and his “inaccurate” answers to my questions about work after onset, an unfavorable decision might even be appropriate), but he conducted a fair and impartial hearing.

    Just because an ALJ doesn’t have a high allowance rate doesn’t make him a bad judge or an evil person. Get a grip. If he makes his decisions the way he conducts his hearings, then he will make reasoned determinations that he will support with his findings from the file and the testimony. And he may, therefore, deny claims. He’s doing his job.

  4. Anonymous says:

    Judge Sanzi clearly enjoys writing about himself on here. I have represented clients for 17 years before countless ALJ’s. This man is utterly disgusting to appear before. He clearly has his mind made up before the hearing. He is in the top 3 worst judges I have appeared before. Sure not everyone deserves benefits but his approval rating is so unfair. People pay in but if you become disabled and have to appear before this moron you might as well forget getting your money out of the system. This judges record is going to ultimately cost him his job. Judge Sanzi shame on you, you should think of all the lives your ruining and start having some morals. FIND GOD, YES THERE IS A POWER GREATER THAN YOU, BEG FOR FORGIVENESS.

  5. Anonymous says:

    Judge Sanzi is dedicated to fairly applying the law to the facts of the case before him. That may not always result in an award of benefits, but he’s just doing his job. He treats the claimants with respect.

  6. Anonymous says:

    Always tries to make the right decision in each case, carefully applying the law as it is written, not as some reps might want it to be. Can’t ask for more from a judge.

  7. Anonymous says:

    THIS MAN IS NOT FAIR AND MUST REALIZE DISABILITY CAN HAPPEN TO ANYONE.

  8. Critic's corner says:

    Smart, fair, hardworking.

  9. Realistic says:

    Judge Sanzi clearly makes himself familiar with the claim files. He puts a lot of thought into his decisions. If a claim is not meritorious, it won’t be paid. That’s just doing the job the right way.

  10. Anonymous says:

    Impossible to win a case in front of this man. 10% approval rating and 70% denial – how is this fair and just? He doesn’t even deserve one star.

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