Larry E Johnson , Tucson, Arizona ODAR Office, Administrative Law Judge

For the 2019 *fiscal year, Judge Larry E Johnson has disposed 378 cases at the Office of Disability Adjudication and Review (ODAR) in Tucson, Arizona. Out of those 378 dispostions, 40 were dismissed, 255 were approved and 83 were denied. This means that the percentage of dispositions that Judge Johnson has approved in Tucson for the 2019 fiscal year is 67%. The information below for Judge Larry E Johnson was last updated on 6/11/2019.

Average statistics
Office*Fiscal YearTotal DispositionsTotal DecisionsTotal DenialsTotal AwardsCases
Tucson 2010 638 567 145 422 11%66%23%
Tucson 2011 621 554 188 366 11%59%30%
Tucson 2012 600 546 173 373 9%62%29%
Tucson 2013 523 467 168 299 11%57%32%
Tucson 2014 622 511 162 349 18%56%26%
Tucson 2015 491 419 122 297 15%60%25%
Tucson 2016 348 313 90 223 10%64%26%
Tucson 2017 415 345 86 259 17%62%21%
Tucson 2018 188 168 26 142 11%76%14%
Tucson 2019 378 338 83 255 11%67%22%
*The United States Government fiscal year is from October 1st - September 30th.
Larry E JohnsonNo Stats for FY 2020
All ALJs in Tucson Office 17% 57% 26%
All ALJs in Arizona18%45%37%
All ALJs in the Nation20%42%38%
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Gary Roberts
Judge: Larry E Johnson
1/31/2018 1:37:01 PM

Judge Larry Johnson was incredible I never felt so calm and he basically was on my side because my case was based on FACTS. He didn't allow anyone to try and put me down I can say A million things Good about this Judge but I'm going to say this if you want A fair hearing pray for Judge Johnson

Judge: Larry E Johnson
12/14/2015 7:23:14 PM

Judge Johnson allowed me to fill in the blanks between health issues, testing being done, and let me tell my story as when it started to present day. Just remember to stick to the major points that got you where you are don't waste time going on and on about one thing. It's your life make sure you know the laws search SSA guide lines as to whats considered disabled. I would say once you have an attorney you must feed them information such as anytime your medication is changed, you have a test done at the hospital, and/or what your PCP pushes you to do such as physical therapy, see a pain management doctor, and if any of these doctors doesn't believe you are in pain or have limitations change doctors we have to have a PCP in your corner. ASK QUESTIONS !!! KEEP RECORDS !!! EMAIL OR FAX EVERYTHING TO YOUR ATTORNEY ASK THEM QUESTIONS !!! Remember it's your life you need to or your wife or your parent has to lead your case to the winner circle. I found Judge Johnson to be fair. Good Luck !!

Judge: Larry E Johnson
10/7/2014 11:09:56 AM

I was denied disability because of my attorney's failure to represent me properly. He didn't bother to obtain my medical records until one month before hearing. He didn't want to meet with me to discuss what to expect. I sat there like a fool while being thrown under the bus. There was no vocational expert at hearing. I was told by judge that "I looked to good to be 60 ". I have a bladder condition called interstitial cystitis or painful bladder syndrome. I was basically called a hypochondriac. My bladder recently ruptured during a cyscosopy procedure. I came home with a catheter. I am unable to stand, lift or twist. Judge Johnson found me capable of being a cashier. I am devastated by the misrepresentation. I worked very hard during my life and now at 62, I am financially ruined and no possibility of ever working again. The system has once again failed. **

Judge: Larry E Johnson
1/14/2014 4:25:40 PM

I wish to thank Judge Larry E. Johnson for his fairness, and understanding. He can not begin to know the life change he has given to me. After a life of horrific pain and struggle, he saw that the blows from the hammer of life had taken it's toll. I have been a recluse for so very long. He is a very compassionate , and understanding human being.

Judge: Larry E Johnson
9/16/2013 8:10:00 AM

I just found out attorney, john kunlein, requested my medical records one month before my hearing. He went back only one year. Why didn't the judge question that?

Judge: Larry E Johnson
11/16/2012 11:12:53 AM

It should be known that Judge Johnson saved a life recently. By way of his diligence and willingness to consider records spanning close to three decades, Judge Johnson saved the life of a woman who was at risk of otherwise falling through the gaps. She was also at her wits end, and reports she would have killed herself if she had not received this help as she was unable to pay for the care she needs, and was unable to make the simplist arrangements to seek help for herself.

Judge: Larry E Johnson
8/27/2012 12:17:21 AM

I was surprised to see that ALJ Johnson has better stats than the other 5 Tucson ALJs for 2012. Although this ALJ was a likeable guy at the hearing, his decision had very little to do with the evidence presented. He completely disregarded the testimony from his own vocational expert. He discounted ALL favorable medical opinion and ALL lay witness testimony for the flimsiest of reasons. Many of his finding of facts were inaccurate or simply made up of whole cloth. My conclusion: this ALJ is just plain lazy (which, I suppose, is still better than "evil").

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