Susan Maley , Evansville, Indiana ODAR Office, Administrative Law Judge

For the 2010 *fiscal year, Judge Susan Maley has disposed 157 cases at the Office of Disability Adjudication and Review (ODAR) in Evansville, Indiana. Out of those 157 dispostions, 18 were dismissed, 87 were approved and 52 were denied. This means that the percentage of dispositions that Judge Maley has approved in Evansville for the 2010 fiscal year is 55%. The information below for Judge Susan Maley was last updated on 6/11/2019.

Average statistics
Office*Fiscal YearTotal DispositionsTotal DecisionsTotal DenialsTotal AwardsCases
Baltimore 2010 191 150 69 81 21%42%36%
Evansville 2010 157 139 52 87 11%55%33%
Baltimore 2011 593 449 172 277 24%47%29%
Baltimore 2012 584 472 173 299 19%51%30%
Baltimore 2013 557 421 196 225 24%40%35%
Baltimore 2014 490 335 152 183 32%37%31%
Baltimore 2015 360 223 104 119 38%33%29%
Baltimore 2016 3 3 1 2 0%67%33%
Washington 2016 353 263 98 165 25%47%28%
Washington 2017 370 263 108 155 29%42%29%
Washington 2018 182 143 89 54 21%30%49%
Washington 2019 85 65 33 32 24%38%39%
*The United States Government fiscal year is from October 1st - September 30th.
Susan MaleyNo Stats for FY 2020
All ALJs in Evansville Office 13% 40% 46%
All ALJs in Indiana15%43%41%
All ALJs in the Nation20%42%38%
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Judge: Susan Maley
3/6/2018 7:23:30 AM

Stats are wrong. In FY 2017 ALJ Maley had 400 dispositions.

Judge: Susan Maley
11/26/2017 1:18:07 PM

She was nice but she seemed passive aggressive. She did not seem to understand the extent of my issues and kinda joked around too much when I mentioned that I needed assistance with my children at times. It was hard to read her but it was also off putting when she did not let me mention my medications either. She said that alot of people are on medications and lets not go there. I heard she was detailed and through...however in looking at her decision write up she was extremely judgmental and provided very humiliating reasons why she did not find me disabled. She found every one of my doctors not credible because they were military doctors and did not fill out paperwork to deem me unfit for a civilian job. She mentioned that a military job is harder than a civilian so I can adjust to a civilian job just fine. Military doctors and Veterans Affairs Providers are not in the business of telling you that you are unfit for any job whatsoever. They write their assessments and notes. I was stunned at her incompleteness and her lack of knowledge on my medical records. She even said that I never had a back X-ray but claimed back issues...I had an X-ray that was provided as evidence that diagnosed me with scoliosis. She was horrible. She said in her write-up that i was clean and wore accessories. Does that mean that I am devoid of any issues bc I am clean and wanted to wear my beads. I am stunned. Not that she disagreed with me...but that she was extremely judgmental and partially reviewed my records. She even wrote that i barely cried in any of my appointments. Really Judge? Really? It was disgusting. As a matter of fact it was noted many times that I was often tearful at my appointments. I am disappointing in this system and even more frustrated that it as been 5 years and I have already been to Federal Courts. Looks Like I will be going again. Thanks alot Judge Maley.

Steven C. Majors
Judge: Susan Maley
7/2/2016 3:20:50 PM

She has such a sweet spirit. She showed epathy. She asked questions that jogged my brain, but she was fair. She ruled in my favor.

John Wolferman-Rice
Judge: Susan Maley
5/9/2014 12:38:10 PM

I think Judge Maley was excellent. Even though my final decision has not been finished she was very understanding and pleasant. I know that she is thorough and makes her decisions wisely. My hearing was in Feb. and I have heard she made her decision sent it to ODR and was not pleased with there decision so she sent it back to be changed. I have faith that she will come to the right decision on my case.

deidre bryan
Judge: Susan Maley
6/18/2013 12:30:02 PM

I had an ssi disability hearing on June 7 and my anxiety was really kicking in..the judge was very pleasant and not all bossy like some judges..she seemed to really care about the claimant (myself)...she voice made me feel much better...even if I get denied I still think she's a sweetheart.

Judge: Susan Maley
2/17/2013 11:09:30 AM

Judge Maley is consistently polite and respectful of even the most difficult, discourteous claimants. She displays compassion and fairness. As an attorney practicing before her, I am more than impressed with her judicial demeanor and wish more judges were like her.

Judge: Susan Maley
12/5/2012 6:19:01 AM

She's wonderful. I like her a lot. A great addition to the Baltimore Hearing Office.

Judge: Susan Maley
11/30/2012 10:55:20 PM

hilarious. :)

Judge: Susan Maley
11/30/2012 5:17:02 PM

ALJ Maley is fabulous!!! She produces well above the average number of decisions, holds thorough hearings, issues well-written decisions, and has very few remands. She is also great fun as a colleague and coworker. She is very serious about her work but has a lovely, bubbly personality and a great sense of humor. Despite the relatively recent tragedy in her life, she remains upbeat and positive. I admire her greatly.

Judge: Susan Maley
11/29/2012 9:37:58 PM

I think the web site is helpful and has provided me with great information as to this ALJ's behavior. If you are not a fan of the web site a simple solution is not to go view the web site.

Judge: Susan Maley
10/29/2012 10:17:06 AM

Having been in quite a few hearings with Judge Maley, I found her to be whip-smart, efficient, and totally professional. She is also compassionate, fair, and very attractive. LOL. I have heard her thanked and complimented by claimants, attorneys, and experts for the way she presides over hearings. You rock, Judge Maley.

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