Peter F Belli , Sacramento, California ODAR Office, Administrative Law Judge

For the 2018 *fiscal year, Judge Peter F Belli has disposed 127 cases at the Office of Disability Adjudication and Review (ODAR) in Sacramento, California. Out of those 127 dispostions, 43 were dismissed, 27 were approved and 57 were denied. This means that the percentage of dispositions that Judge Belli has approved in Sacramento for the 2018 fiscal year is 21%. The information below for Judge Peter F Belli was last updated on 3/9/2018.

Average statistics
Office*Fiscal YearTotal DispositionsTotal DecisionsTotal DenialsTotal AwardsCases
Sacramento 2010 511 429 169 260 16%51%33%
Sacramento 2011 461 365 151 214 21%46%33%
Sacramento 2012 467 376 198 178 19%38%42%
Sacramento 2013 494 392 224 168 21%34%45%
Sacramento 2014 269 208 117 91 23%34%43%
Sacramento 2015 314 236 129 107 25%34%41%
Sacramento 2016 243 180 108 72 26%30%44%
Sacramento 2017 328 231 133 98 30%30%41%
Sacramento 2018 127 84 57 27 34%21%45%
*The United States Government fiscal year is from October 1st - September 30th.
Judge Belli34%21%45%
All ALJs in Sacramento Office 17% 52% 31%
All ALJs in California21%44%35%
All ALJs in the Nation21%43%36%
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Judge: Peter F Belli
8/18/2018 10:45:37 PM

He discriminates against people with mental illness. He takes his anger out on my clients who have a hard time comprehending what's going on. Out of all the judge's I have worked with in my lifetime he is absolutely the most unprofessional. He will face his own judgement with God.

Judge: Peter F Belli
5/8/2018 2:36:57 AM

You took the words out of my mouth. I have been fighting for ten years. And he denied me twice!!!! I have multiple sc!erosis, three auto immune diseases to include a incurable pigmentation modular synovitis in my knees, migraines, fibromyalgia, cfs/me, non diabetic neuropathy, passouts caused by the m.s. I have hydradenitis supporativa, hypothyroid, extreme depression and anxiety from all this. Top it off I have arthritis in my neck and lower back with a bulging disc that fired up the sciatica pain. I hate my life and that ******* made it worse. I hate that man. Is there a negative five on stars?

Judge: Peter F Belli
3/2/2018 9:27:03 AM

A horrible self-absorbed human being. All the time during my disability hearing he exhibited extremely unprofessional behavior, and hardly asked me more than 2 questions. I waited a year and a half for the hearing date, and was excited it finally was here. Living with the horrors of my medical condition on a daily basis I was willing to answer all of the questions I THOUGHT might be asked. My lawyer said he is always like this, which wasn't what I would call a ringing endorsement. I then waited 10 months AFTER the hearing before I found out my case had been denied. So I guess putting someone's life on hold for almost 3 years is par for the course. What a complete waste of time. Judge Peter Belli has the lowest approval rating in the state if not the nation. If you ever get him, I will pray for you.

Judge: Peter F Belli
6/22/2017 3:51:49 PM

He's a miserable excuse for a human being. He routinely talks over the claimant, asks leading questions, interrogates rather than questions, and is condescending to counsel. He's a poster child for someone who apparently deplores claimants, and has no semblance of trust or compassion. Other than the paycheck and perhaps his inability to prove competent in the private sector, he has zero business being an ALJ. Retire soon; you're a disgrace to the legal process.

Judge: Peter F Belli
3/19/2013 11:16:18 AM

My case came before Judge Belli. He was argumentative and never called on either of the two experts at the hearing. He did not give me a chance to answer his questions, and acted as though I was not answering his questions, when I was doing my best to do so. I see he has the lowest approval rate in all of California, maybe even the nation, so I don't have much hope of a good outcome. I don't want to say this hearing was a waste of time, but I certainly did not feel as though I got a fair hearing. I think his denial of my case was a foregone conclusion before I ever stepped into proceeding.

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