Micah Pharris , Minneapolis, Minnesota ODAR Office, Administrative Law Judge

For the 2018 *fiscal year, Judge Micah Pharris has disposed 194 cases at the Office of Disability Adjudication and Review (ODAR) in Minneapolis, Minnesota. Out of those 194 dispostions, 45 were dismissed, 89 were approved and 60 were denied. This means that the percentage of dispositions that Judge Pharris has approved in Minneapolis for the 2018 fiscal year is 46%. The information below for Judge Micah Pharris was last updated on 3/9/2018.

Average statistics
Office*Fiscal YearTotal DispositionsTotal DecisionsTotal DenialsTotal AwardsCases
Dismissed
Cases
Approved
Cases
Denied
Minneapolis 2015 258 220 117 103 15%40%45%
Minneapolis 2016 447 361 201 160 19%36%45%
Minneapolis 2017 416 312 159 153 25%37%38%
Minneapolis 2018 194 149 60 89 23%46%31%
 Totals:1315104253750521%38%41%
*The United States Government fiscal year is from October 1st - September 30th.
AVERAGE TIME
 DismissedApprovedDenied
Judge Pharris23%46%31%
All ALJs in Minneapolis Office 21% 48% 31%
All ALJs in Minnesota21%48%31%
All ALJs in the Nation21%43%36%
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Judge: Micah Pharris
10/28/2016 10:06:56 AM



He is very good looking and I wasn't expecting that at all, that made him even more intimidating. He is a straight to the point, no bull shit kind of guy. I can't say he was super good, or super bad. This was my first hearing/s. So based off my experience, I thought Judge Pharris handled the hearing well. My medical condition is not listed, and is rather complex. This was his first time encountering someone with this condition, and knew little to nothing about my condition prior to my case. So I was impressed that he actually took the time to do some researching on my condition before the hearing. I felt like he was a bit harsh sometimes but made his points VERY clear. Mainly focusing on how your condition efffects your ability to work, but he also looks at how it effects all other aspects in life.I felt like he genuinely cared and took everything into consideration. Overall, I think it went alright and hope to hear his final decision soon.

Steven John
Judge: Micah Pharris
2/10/2016 6:05:01 AM



I did what was required to continue to receive Medicare and Disability benefits by going down to the St. Paul office and signing forms, twice. First I was dropped from disability and now my benefits have stopped. I have found multiple lies in my record and I don't think anyone else here stating the experienced the same things are liars, I believe everyone making these claims to be truthful. And I know I am truthful and what I claim are lies are not simple errors or misstatements, they are entire lines fabricated and said to be my testimony. I've notified both the Inspector General and also gave all relevant detailed info to the FBI via phone correspondence, everything was heard and acknowledged by the FBI on the phone for what it is worth. Criminal allegations have been made by me and now both my Medicare and my Disability benefit have stopped. Though I continue to receive care from the hospital and health care workers.



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