Victor L Horton, Springfield mo , Missouri Odar Office, Administrative Law Judge
For the 2010 *fiscal year, Judge Victor L Horton has disposed 627 cases at the Office of Disability Adjudication and Review (ODAR) in CREVE COEUR, MISSOURI. Out of those 627 dispostions, 128 were dismissed, 217 were approved and 282 were denied. This means that the percentage of depositions that Judge Victor L Horton has approved in CREVE COEUR for the 2010 fiscal year is 11%. The information below for Judge Victor L Horton was last updated on 12/01/2022.
|Victor L Horton||No Stats for FY2019|
|All ALJs in CREVE COEUR||21%||36%||43%|
|All ALJs in MISSOURI||19%||38%||42%|
|All ALJs in the Nation||18%||45%||38%|
I had Judge Victor Horton for my disability appeal. I really liked him. I felt that he was considerate of my feelings. I had read other comments on her prior to my hearing and I was a bit worried about having him as my judge. I think that as long as one is being honest and straight forward with his questions, then you’ll do just fine. I don’t know if I’ve been approved or not yet.
It wasn’t easy at first. He was very helpful. I didn’t have an attorney..He wasn’t able to help me as one. He listened to what I had to say and extended my approval/denial. So I may get my witness statements in. But trying to get a hold of him when he said I could talk to him if I needed anything else. Extension etc.. This is issue I am having right now. Not able to get a hold of him at all. That is hard very hard. I don’t think anyone wants to patch me through to him. Or what.
could not be more obvious this person has spent his entire life living off the federal government in some capacity. Biased and foolish.
fundamentally insecure. Asks questions and points out inconsistencies in claimant statements, sometimes well below their intellectual capacity and at other times so obviously trivial. Then he looks to others in the room to react to what he has obtained from the claimant. Asks questions which would never be admissible if Social Security hired its own counsel and then relies on the information he elicits. If he is going to approve someone he will then advocate for Social Security and eliminate the claimant’s back pay or a substantial portion of it.
He’ll act like he’s listening, but he’s not. Is mind is already made up before your hearing, he’s just going through the motions. Then when you get your denial, you’ll see that he only uses the evidence that benefits his decision and doesn’t even acknowledge the evidence that supports a favorable decision.
Not a good judge. He doesn’t want anyone to have any back pay. He’ll try to cheat you out of benefits.