Lynn Ginsberg , Moreno Valley, California ODAR Office, Administrative Law Judge

For the 2017 *fiscal year, Judge Lynn Ginsberg has disposed 99 cases at the Office of Disability Adjudication and Review (ODAR) in Moreno Valley, California. Out of those 99 dispostions, 15 were dismissed, 51 were approved and 33 were denied. This means that the percentage of dispositions that Judge Ginsberg has approved in Moreno Valley for the 2017 fiscal year is 52%. The information below for Judge Lynn Ginsberg was last updated on 2/7/2017.

Average statistics
Office*Fiscal YearTotal DispositionsTotal DecisionsTotal DenialsTotal AwardsCases
Dismissed
Cases
Approved
Cases
Denied
Akron Oh 2011 186 162 75 87 13%47%40%
Akron Oh 2012 9 9 6 3 0%33%67%
Moreno Valley 2012 447 387 159 228 13%51%36%
Moreno Valley 2013 504 407 198 209 19%41%39%
Moreno Valley 2014 223 197 103 94 12%42%46%
Moreno Valley 2015 149 115 45 70 23%47%30%
Moreno Valley 2016 438 366 166 200 16%46%38%
Moreno Valley 2017 99 84 33 51 15%52%33%
 Totals:2055172778594216%46%38%
*The United States Government fiscal year is from October 1st - September 30th.
AVERAGE TIME
 DismissedApprovedDenied
Judge Ginsberg15%52%33%
All ALJs in Moreno Valley Office 21% 44% 35%
All ALJs in California21%45%33%
All ALJs in the Nation21%44%34%
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Elizabeth
Judge: Lynn Ginsberg
2/2/2017 11:13:41 AM



My hearing was January 11th 2017. Needless to say I was present without an attorney, nervous and didn't know what expect. All I knew is what I heard about how hard the judges are and how mean. I walked in a court room and faced a very compassionate, knowledgeable, and understanding judge. I am suffering from many disorders one being anxiety, and I couldn't thank her enough for helping me through this day to calm me down to get me composed enough to talk through her questions. I'm not sure what her decision I'd yet, but I know it will be one thst is fair and I know that she can see who's needing their disability and who isn't. Thank you again Judge Ginsberg for hearing this day. Sincerely, Elizabeth

Joanne Elm
Judge: Lynn Ginsberg
12/23/2016 6:14:14 PM



I had a hearing this week (Dec 22 2016) where Judge Ginsberg was assigned to hear my case. I had no idea what to expect. After 31/2 years of dealing with my disability I didn't think I would be as emotional about it that I ended up being that day. I tried hard to compose myself but the years of dealing with this seemed to take over instead as I realized I had a very compassionate person in front of me that seemed to understand my struggle and really listen to me. Whether I am granted my request for disability or not I feel her decision will be one I trust and can live with. Thank You again Judge Ginsberg for being so kind to me.

Anonymous
Judge: Lynn Ginsberg
11/21/2016 1:43:22 AM



My hearing was on September 16, 2016. I don't feel my hearing went well. I probably will get a denial letter. Judge Ginsberg is a very good judge. I did not not have good representation. The hearing started late because he was in another hearing. He didn't spend much time preparing me for the hearing. I was extremely anxious and wasn't able to answer questions. She is professional and I could tell she works hard to understand your case to make a decision within the laws of ssdi. Be prepared with your case.

Matthew Kealey
Judge: Lynn Ginsberg
9/20/2016 5:49:00 PM



I'm disabled trying to get on SSI a hearing was set up with Judge Ginsberg , she reviewed my case and long story short the Judge denied my claim and I respectfully disagree on the Judges decision regarding my claim, I feel it was unfair and unacceptable.

Leslie Starkey
Judge: Lynn Ginsberg
4/1/2016 11:19:16 AM



Judge Ginsberg's office (legal assistants) have been very courteous and much more helpful than the offices in St. Louis, MO where they continually said they never received my medical records verifying that I indeed have Lupus, accelerated degeneration of most joints including spine, severe or anaphylactic shock reactions to medications needed for treatments, and other records. Judge Ginsberg's office has kept up with all of my records thus far and has answered my questions fully.



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