Salena D Bowman-Davis , Miami, Florida ODAR Office, Administrative Law Judge

For the 2017 *fiscal year, Judge Salena D Bowman Davis has disposed 1 cases at the Office of Disability Adjudication and Review (ODAR) in Miami, Florida. Out of those 1 dispostions, 0 were dismissed, 1 were approved and 0 were denied. This means that the percentage of dispositions that Judge Bowman-Davis has approved in Miami for the 2017 fiscal year is 100%. The information below for Judge Salena D Bowman Davis was last updated on 6/11/2019.

Average statistics
Office*Fiscal YearTotal DispositionsTotal DecisionsTotal DenialsTotal AwardsCases
Miami 2010 393 168 20 148 57%38%5%
Miami 2011 352 173 33 140 51%40%9%
Miami 2012 489 177 32 145 64%30%7%
Miami 2013 506 373 145 228 26%45%29%
Miami 2014 463 335 117 218 28%47%25%
Miami 2015 480 366 146 220 24%46%30%
Miami 2016 517 423 127 296 18%57%25%
Miami 2017 1 1 0 1 0%100%0%
Nhc Albuquerque 2017 502 387 199 188 23%37%40%
Nhc Albuquerque 2018 138 86 50 36 38%26%36%
Nhc Albuquerque 2019 57 51 32 19 11%33%56%
*The United States Government fiscal year is from October 1st - September 30th.
Salena D Bowman DavisNo Stats for FY 2020
All ALJs in Miami Office 24% 37% 39%
All ALJs in Florida20%44%36%
All ALJs in the Nation20%42%38%
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David Lillesand, Esq.
Judge: Salena D Bowman-Davis
11/18/2012 11:42:26 AM

The 30% figure of cases approved is totally misleading. Judge Bowman-Davis has been the chief judge. I believe that the large number of dismissals results from her reviewing cases before they are assigned to a hearing judge, so that individuals who filed their Request for Hearing past the deadline, and without good cause, were dismissed early and can then re-file the claim. This is an improvement over prior practice where you would wait a year or more to have a hearing, only to find out that the assigned hearing judge dismissed the case. Note that of the cases she did hear, she approved 145 and denied 32. That, to me, sounds more correct. She is always prepared, respectful of claimants and attorneys, and calls them as she sees them without trying to be the advocate for the administration. To me a good judge is one who lets you present your case, then makes a decision based on the facts, even if it is against you. She is a good judge - and a very nice and polite at the same time.

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