William G Reamon , Grand Rapids, Michigan ODAR Office, Administrative Law Judge

For the 2015 *fiscal year, Judge William G Reamon has disposed 575 cases at the Office of Disability Adjudication and Review (ODAR) in Grand Rapids, Michigan. Out of those 575 dispostions, 120 were dismissed, 236 were approved and 219 were denied. This means that the percentage of dispositions that Judge Reamon has approved in Grand Rapids for the 2015 fiscal year is 41%. The information below for Judge William G Reamon was last updated on 6/14/2017.

Average statistics
Office*Fiscal YearTotal DispositionsTotal DecisionsTotal DenialsTotal AwardsCases
Dismissed
Cases
Approved
Cases
Denied
Grand Rapids 2010 748 569 216 353 24%47%29%
Grand Rapids 2011 572 436 218 218 24%38%38%
Grand Rapids 2012 619 449 218 231 27%37%35%
Grand Rapids 2013 589 449 215 234 24%40%37%
Grand Rapids 2014 590 483 232 251 18%43%39%
Grand Rapids 2015 575 455 219 236 21%41%38%
Fort Myers Fl 2016 506 416 217 199 18%39%43%
Fort Myers Fl 2017 285 229 107 122 20%43%38%
 Totals:448434861642184422%41%37%
*The United States Government fiscal year is from October 1st - September 30th.
AVERAGE TIME
 DismissedApprovedDenied
Judge Reamon20%43%38%
All ALJs in Grand Rapids Office 24% 42% 34%
All ALJs in Michigan18%50%32%
All ALJs in the Nation21%45%34%
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Eduardo
Judge: William G Reamon
1/16/2017 4:35:32 PM



Even though my case would be probably denied like the last time since i heard that when they do not tell you that you are awarded disability the same day of interview 80% of the times would be denied, i say he was a fair judge to me and very passive and never a jerk like some said, he knew most of my medical problems and i can say he read my medical records well, even the 15 medications that i take and knew that most of them were for pain and depression, what happen most of the time we get very nerves and do not know what to answer and our lawyer just say what they want to say, if i was not depressed as much as i am, i would fight and represent my case , probably present a good case since i know better that anyone including doctors how sick i am. give to Caesar what belongs to Caesar 5 stars (please do not share my e-mail,thanks)


Judge: William G Reamon
5/24/2015 11:06:04 AM



Aggressive - he was nasty, cruel and went on and on about things that had nothing to do with the case. Whoever or whatever set him off that day was taken out on me. The lawyer, court reporter and other person in the room were very uncomfortable with his behavior, they could not look at either of us. Thankfully after a few months of deliberation, the finding was favorable. I don't wish what happened that day on anyone!


Judge: William G Reamon
12/8/2012 11:10:02 AM



Passive/aggressive. Most of the time,he is a ".. very nice guy," but the pressure of the job, on occasion, turns him into a real jerk. He decides cases on the basis of a good work record (favorable) or DAA (unfavorable). He does not follow the attending physician rule or the 20 CFR 404.1527(d) factors in weighing testimony



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