Troy Silva , Moreno Valley, California ODAR Office, Administrative Law Judge

For the 2015 *fiscal year, Judge Troy Silva has disposed 21 cases at the Office of Disability Adjudication and Review (ODAR) in Moreno Valley, California. Out of those 21 dispostions, 1 were dismissed, 9 were approved and 11 were denied. This means that the percentage of dispositions that Judge Silva has approved in Moreno Valley for the 2015 fiscal year is 43%. The information below for Judge Troy Silva was last updated on 6/11/2019.

Average statistics
Office*Fiscal YearTotal DispositionsTotal DecisionsTotal DenialsTotal AwardsCases
Moreno Valley 2012 444 376 166 210 15%47%37%
Moreno Valley 2013 350 280 112 168 20%48%32%
West Des Moines 2013 219 178 86 92 19%42%39%
Moreno Valley 2014 426 344 127 217 19%51%30%
Moreno Valley 2015 21 20 11 9 5%43%52%
San Bernardino 2015 469 370 187 183 21%39%40%
San Bernardino 2016 406 311 130 181 23%45%32%
San Bernardino 2017 478 388 161 227 19%47%34%
San Bernardino 2018 164 126 67 59 23%36%41%
San Bernardino 2019 249 200 60 140 20%56%24%
*The United States Government fiscal year is from October 1st - September 30th.
Troy SilvaNo Stats for FY 2020
All ALJs in Moreno Valley Office 18% 44% 38%
All ALJs in California20%45%35%
All ALJs in the Nation20%42%38%
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Andrea E.
Judge: Troy Silva
5/8/2018 9:27:52 AM

I am so grateful that the fate of my case landed in the hands of ALJ Troy Silva. His professionalism, fairness and compassion rekindled my faith in the "system" when I thought that was no longer possible. I was most impressed by his discernment in reviewing my case file (that was filed 6 years ago). I feared that after all these years a favorable decision was not going to happen. It was no so much my lack of faith in the SSA, but rather in my attorney, Dr Bill LaTour, who was supposed to be representing me in my claim. His office was extremely negligent, sloppy, uncommunicative and unprofessional with my case. It was difficult and at times impossible to get a return call, medical records were lost or not turned in, his representatives were rude and unprofessional, etc. His office is ran like a puppy mill. His clients are just another digit on his paycheck in my experience. ALJ Troy Silva was able to look beyond that and focus primarily on my disability, which saved me from a denial of benefits due to incompetencies of my own representative. I cant explain how saved I felt during my hearing when I suddenly realized that Judge Silva could sift thru it all and see my case clearly and now he was going to step in and handle my case how it should have been from the beginning. Thank you Judge Silva. You are a fair, intelligent, patient and discerning man and our society is blessed to be judged by someone like you! Respectfully, Andrea E.

Relieved in Redlands
Judge: Troy Silva
3/14/2017 1:20:55 AM

My high rating is due to receiving Judge Silva's favorable decision though it was unexpected. The SSA is a wonderful institution which grants me the fortune of their assistance. Yet, their processes are intimidating and, in recent years, have resulted in diminished security for individuals of need. Consequently, I suffered severe anxiety when the SSA noticed me of an over-payment issue and had a dismal outlook about my hearing. With the help of Legal Aid, I presented my case honestly and Judge Silva was fair and compassionate. His decision offered me relief for which I am profoundly grateful. The world would be a better place if other judges aspired to be like Judge Silva!

Judge: Troy Silva
3/30/2013 3:41:52 AM

Awful judge. Doesn't think straight sometimes. Doesn't understand limitations too. However, there are worse judges than him so he's just okay.

Judge: Troy Silva
7/11/2012 1:57:57 PM

He is a nice judge but he is extremely thorough with his cases and so you want to make sure that you know the record well because he will ask you questions about it. He will listen to your argumenst but you kind of know what he is leaning toward at the hearing. Doesnt require a brief or anything. One more thing, make sure you have all of your records and if you dont he will ask why you dont have them especially if they are older records.

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