Wesley R Kliner , Tupelo, Mississippi ODAR Office, Administrative Law Judge

For the 2015 *fiscal year, Judge Wesley R Kliner has disposed 164 cases at the Office of Disability Adjudication and Review (ODAR) in Tupelo, Mississippi. Out of those 164 dispostions, 27 were dismissed, 61 were approved and 76 were denied. This means that the percentage of dispositions that Judge Kliner has approved in Tupelo for the 2015 fiscal year is 37%. The information below for Judge Wesley R Kliner was last updated on 3/9/2018.

Average statistics
Office*Fiscal YearTotal DispositionsTotal DecisionsTotal DenialsTotal AwardsCases
Chattanooga 2015 121 113 69 44 7%36%57%
Tupelo 2015 164 137 76 61 16%37%46%
Chattanooga 2016 474 371 180 191 22%40%38%
Chattanooga 2017 419 336 132 204 20%49%32%
Chattanooga 2018 181 150 55 95 17%52%30%
*The United States Government fiscal year is from October 1st - September 30th.
Wesley R KlinerNo Stats for FY 2019
All ALJs in Tupelo Office 18% 41% 41%
All ALJs in Mississippi19%36%46%
All ALJs in the Nation21%43%36%
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Judge: Wesley R Kliner
8/16/2018 6:09:08 AM

I got a unfavorable decision. I can't even think right now. All I can think is I am going to work somehow in pain everyday to try support my daughter whom for the last 5 years has had to do without because her Mother gets fired for not being able to perform or calling in because she couldn't walk due to pain and having too many absences. I have been evicted, lost my car, my credit ruined and my marriage ruined and now I can't even get disability. I am a loser with a teenage daughter that has nothing. I don't know what you have to prove to get a favorable decision. I waited 6 1/2 months to hear bad news. Way to go US government! All hail the USA! Land of the free and home of the brave. Where you can come in from any country and not pay taxes and get free services but if you are born here and work all your life and needs some help, you have to spend months and months waiting on a hearing to see a judge and then wait months and months to get a decision that is likely unfavorable. Spineless were your words Judge Kliner, not mine. You said "you have no spine left" I appreciate your time but had hoped for a different decision.

Judge: Wesley R Kliner
7/23/2018 5:26:56 AM

24 weeks post SSD hearing and I am still waiting. I realize it is not judge Kliner's fault, decision writing at the social security offices have had my case since 4 weeks post hearing. It has almost been 6 months and to say I am stressed is a understatement. I felt very confident when I left the hearing but now I am not confident at all. I feel like I am waiting for bad news. If you are reading this and waiting for an answer, know that 90 days for an answer is not the norm anymore. It can take up to 6 months for an answer post hearing. It has been so long since my hearing that my memory of Judge Kliner is dimming. He was very friendly and very easy to talk to. I hope I get a favorable answer soon.

Judge: Wesley R Kliner
6/6/2018 7:13:29 AM

I have not got my decision yet, it has been 18 weeks since my hearing. I had actually tried to work but Judge Kliner seemed to understand my reasons for trying to work. He had read my case file before meeting me face to face. He was very sweet and made me feel at ease. I struggle everyday with my spine issues and he seem to understand that. It has been a very hard 5 years. This was my second hearing. I was denied by another Judge the first time due to a miscommunication between one of my doctors and my paperwork. I am hopeful this go around and I hope to get a favorable decision, my family had sacrificed and suffered due to my health issues and I am ready to be able to provide for my girls.

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