Joel G Fina , Orland Park, Illinois ODAR Office, Administrative Law Judge

For the 2010 *fiscal year, Judge Joel G Fina has disposed 6 cases at the Office of Disability Adjudication and Review (ODAR) in Orland Park, Illinois. Out of those 6 dispostions, 0 were dismissed, 3 were approved and 3 were denied. This means that the percentage of dispositions that Judge Fina has approved in Orland Park for the 2010 fiscal year is 50%. The information below for Judge Joel G Fina was last updated on 6/11/2019.

Average statistics
Office*Fiscal YearTotal DispositionsTotal DecisionsTotal DenialsTotal AwardsCases
Oak Brook 2010 550 498 168 330 9%60%31%
Orland Park 2010 6 6 3 3 0%50%50%
Oak Brook 2011 536 486 172 314 9%59%32%
Oak Brook 2012 564 505 195 310 10%55%35%
Oak Brook 2013 525 468 177 291 11%55%34%
Oak Brook 2014 454 400 139 261 12%57%31%
Oak Brook 2015 467 399 167 232 15%50%36%
Oak Brook 2016 448 378 144 234 16%52%32%
Oak Brook 2017 422 361 99 262 14%62%23%
Oak Brook 2018 145 121 42 79 17%54%29%
Oak Brook 2019 369 306 114 192 17%52%31%
*The United States Government fiscal year is from October 1st - September 30th.
Joel G FinaNo Stats for FY 2020
All ALJs in Orland Park Office 16% 41% 43%
All ALJs in Illinois17%41%42%
All ALJs in the Nation20%42%38%
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Judge: Joel G Fina
5/9/2018 1:14:44 PM

He "throws the baby out with the bathwater." If anything you say doesn't match up, no matter how miniscule, he seizes on it and calls you a liar in fancy legalese. And apparently people seeking disability are not disabled and can work an 8 hour day, 40 hour week (as defined by SS law) if they use a smartphone―according to his accusatory comments. Never mind apps for the disabled; large keyboards, speech to text, just having a smartphone is a no no as well as a PC. I'm still wondering why an Illinois Republican SS judge is hearing State cases in Indiana and from a video feed in Illinois? His high approval rate is smoke and mirrors, a lot of his cases don't even show up and those are not factored in. The stats also only reflect his cases in Illinois, not other States like Indiana that he rents himself out to. He also discredits State agencies which is disturbing considering he is not even an Indiana judge and really has no idea how it differs from Illinois except maybe on paper. He also discredits Primary Care doctors the same way as a claimant, by nickle and diming their statements and making partial claims of claimant statements without expanding on what the claimant said afterwards. For example, if someone says that they use a smartphone but use apps to help the disabled, he leaves out that you use apps for the disabled and says you use a smartphone as if that in and of itself is a disqualifier. Or if your doctor says you are disabled, he will find in your record the one time you said you were feeling a bit better and latch onto that as meaning that it's permanent and that you can work 8 hours a day, 40 hours a week and that your doctor is unreliable. Oh and this post was created by speech to text, God forbid he thinks someone can type for 10 minutes, then they must be able to work! Truth be told it seems these SS Judges are the prime beneficiaries of SS funds through their exorbitant salaries, and not the people who it's actually there for. *Fina's public sector salary info is out there and it's an insult to taxpayers and he is but one judge. *In 2016, Joel G. Fina was an Administrative Law Judge at the Social Security Administration in Oakbrook Terrace, Illinois. began working at the Social Security Administration in 2006 with a starting salary of $115,555. Since then, Fina's salary has increased to $170,400 in 2016

Judge: Joel G Fina
4/29/2014 7:39:44 AM

It my belief he pays more attention to social security doctors then claiments personal doctors who know claiments cases , its my hope he would realize people need to be given fair unbias decisions to his cases.

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