David Cornelius , Macon, Georgia ODAR Office, Administrative Law Judge

For the 2019 *fiscal year, Judge David Cornelius has disposed 320 cases at the Office of Disability Adjudication and Review (ODAR) in Macon, Georgia. Out of those 320 dispostions, 38 were dismissed, 186 were approved and 96 were denied. This means that the percentage of dispositions that Judge Cornelius has approved in Macon for the 2019 fiscal year is 58%. The information below for Judge David Cornelius was last updated on 6/11/2019.

Average statistics
Office*Fiscal YearTotal DispositionsTotal DecisionsTotal DenialsTotal AwardsCases
Macon 2010 413 378 96 282 8%68%23%
Macon 2011 506 453 133 320 10%63%26%
Macon 2012 454 390 122 268 14%59%27%
Macon 2013 508 435 135 300 14%59%27%
Macon 2014 451 366 116 250 19%55%26%
Macon 2015 463 377 114 263 19%57%25%
Macon 2016 405 324 117 207 20%51%29%
Macon 2017 319 274 67 207 14%65%21%
Macon 2018 169 127 58 69 25%41%34%
Macon 2019 320 282 96 186 12%58%30%
*The United States Government fiscal year is from October 1st - September 30th.
David CorneliusNo Stats for FY 2020
All ALJs in Macon Office 15% 37% 48%
All ALJs in Georgia20%43%36%
All ALJs in the Nation20%42%38%
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Cheryl Gunn
Judge: David Cornelius
6/24/2015 11:10:39 PM

This is Cheryl Gunn, I have filed for disability back in July, 2013. I'm here in Hueytown,Alabama. Just a short note about me. I have Lupus, fybromyala, chronic pain, Osteoarthrosis of both hands,Neuropathy, muscle spasticity, Lipoma, Right Footdrop, depression, degenerative arthritis, Chronic low back pain, Chest Wall pains (everyday), Carpal Tunnel both hands, Hypertension, Thoracic back pain, SI joint pain, Dry mouth, Anxiety, Lymphedema of left leg, Right arm numbness, Pericarditis, Insomnia, Aptyalism, Trigeminal Neuralgia, Right hip pain, Knee pain, Swelling, Aching and Neck pain. My MRI showed at C5-6 Chronic degeneration of the disc and a right para central, disc osteophyte complex. At C6-7 there is chronic degenerative collapse of the disc and minor bulge of annulus. I just had surgery on my right ankle which was Synovitis, Arthrofibrosis, Entrapment of superficial Peroneal nerve, Arthroscopic debridment and Superficial Peroneal neurolysis. My medication is Robaxin, Duexis, Tylenol-Codeine#3, Norvas, Hydrochlorpthiazide, Metoprolol, Pantoprazole, Cymbalta, Folic acid, Hydroxychloroquine, Methotrexate, Prednisone, Wellbutrin, Klonopin, Mirtazapine, Chlorhexidine gluconate, Caltrate 600+D, and Restasis. I have had court twice here in Alabama but the judge couldn't make a decision and he sent the case to you all. I have been waiting for 18 months. I'm on disability through my job, and I have doctor letters stating I need to be on disability, they had ask the judge to pute on disability. I have a lot of Lupus Flare ups, the chronic pain and fybromaliga and it bad on me, I have to stay in bed for 2 weeks to rest. I can hardly see out of my right eye, I have inflammation in it also it was just discovered that I now have inflammation on my brain. After my right foot is well, I then have to have surgery on my shoulder. My pain clinic has lined up steroid injections and nerve blocks. It's hard for me I'm not married, I have one son who will be graduating this December from UAB for Criminal Justice and Psycology. I had to move in with my friend because the doctors thought it was good because I would faint and have chest pains. Iam depressed at times and stressed because at times I don't always have money to buy my medicine. I'm not sure why this case was sent to you all, i mean I don't understand but I need help please. My paper work should be up there to confirm everything I just said. Please have a good day.

mariyah Taylor
Judge: David Cornelius
8/6/2014 7:53:06 AM

Hi all I'm in the process of doing an appeal and need a little information who is a good lawyer? How long did it take to receive a hearing date? How long does it take to receive your approval or denial? How long did it take to start receiving payments?

Judge: David Cornelius
9/12/2012 9:27:37 AM

Tends to pick up on strange little details, then weave them into something to use against the claimant. Seems tough on younger claimants.

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