Sue Leise , St Louis, Missouri ODAR Office, Administrative Law Judge

For the 2010 *fiscal year, Judge Sue Leise has disposed 8 cases at the Office of Disability Adjudication and Review (ODAR) in St Louis, Missouri. Out of those 8 dispostions, 1 were dismissed, 5 were approved and 2 were denied. This means that the percentage of dispositions that Judge Leise has approved in St Louis for the 2010 fiscal year is 63%. The information below for Judge Sue Leise was last updated on 6/11/2019.

Average statistics
Office*Fiscal YearTotal DispositionsTotal DecisionsTotal DenialsTotal AwardsCases
St Louis 2010 8 7 2 5 12%62%25%
Nhc St Louis 2011 234 217 76 141 7%60%32%
Portland Or 2011 254 217 86 131 15%52%34%
Portland Or 2012 470 398 161 237 15%50%34%
Seattle 2012 2 1 1 0 50%0%50%
Portland Or 2013 511 439 205 234 14%46%40%
Seattle 2013 1 1 0 1 0%100%0%
Portland Or 2014 472 398 191 207 16%44%40%
Portland Or 2015 427 348 181 167 19%39%42%
Portland Or 2016 360 290 144 146 19%41%40%
Portland Or 2017 387 311 118 193 20%50%30%
Portland Or 2018 134 109 35 74 19%55%26%
Portland Or 2019 269 226 97 129 16%48%36%
*The United States Government fiscal year is from October 1st - September 30th.
Sue LeiseNo Stats for FY 2020
All ALJs in St Louis Office 22% 40% 39%
All ALJs in Missouri22%37%42%
All ALJs in the Nation20%42%38%
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Sue M.
Judge: Sue Leise
4/4/2020 2:37:47 PM

Because California is so backed up on disability cases, Judge Liese, who is in Portland Oregon, was assigned to mine here in California. It was a teleconference hearing and needless to say, after waiting 3 years to get to my hearing after my initial application, I was full of nervousness and anticipation. ALJ Sue Liese is kind, patient and very thorough. She even had the vocational expert repeat something because he was incorrect and I knew that and was going to say something, but she was paying attention and asked him to repeat himself and corrected him. She clearly had read through my medical records and history very thoroughly and wanted to make sure she had the correct information on record. I just got my decision from Judge Liese a few days ago (she was fast too, only 1 month to get it) and it was fully favorable. I am so very grateful to her. You can tell she takes her cases seriously and wants to help you, as long as you're being honest. Thank you, Judge Liese. You have taken a huge load off of my shoulders.

Jerome Cramer
Judge: Sue Leise
12/7/2015 4:27:55 PM

I want to thank judge Leise for believing in me and awarding me with a Check to help me get my life started back up after a 6 year battle of a brain tumor. After two surgeries and a lot of Bikram Hot yoga, I am completely healthy. I'm now a full time teacher of Bikram Hot yoga in Katy TX. I have a new life now. With the money I got, I moved to TX from Oregon, got my car fixed, an apartment and so on. I'm now helping people get healthy, I love my job, and I love this new life I have. I'm so grateful. I could not have moved and got this full time teaching job if I had not received this money. I just want judge Leise to know that I spent every penny on starting my life over and now I'm back to a productive person in our community, and I give back every day. Thank you and God bless you.

Jeff A
Judge: Sue Leise
5/1/2015 12:17:53 PM

She was very thorough but affable. Had my case been denied I probably would not be quite as generous but it was approved.

Judge: Sue Leise
8/29/2014 8:20:32 PM

If you have Leise for an ALJ you should consider yourself lucky. She is thorough but that is a good thing if you have to appeal or if you get a quality review. Don't try and pull the wool she will see right through it. I doubt many appeal her desicison, don't think many would win that.

mary hoeft
Judge: Sue Leise
8/26/2014 4:01:43 PM

I am still waiting for my decision, it has been almost 60 days however judge Leise was very kind and very patient with me as i was nervous and trying to answer the questions as well as i could. i appreciate her time and even if i am denied i will hold no harsh feelings. i will still appeal any denial however i do not hold harsh feelings because it would be hard as a judge to determine whether or not a person who is maybe borderline disabled meaning i cant work however my work history shows a period of 10 years of work. which ended in termination because of the lack of coming to work due to the depression.

Judge: Sue Leise
5/30/2014 3:21:49 PM

It was a long and lonely process, but you have given me hope. Thank you Judge Sue Leise. I can't stop crying. I hope the suicidal thoughts will go away as a result of your favorable decision. My parents don't need to be burdened with me any more. I will be able to continue treatment and stay on medication. I have a new "Leise" on life! I would not wish my problems on anyone.

jeffrey james
Judge: Sue Leise
8/26/2013 1:38:55 PM

I still wait for answer on my claim takes so long as I wait I have no money I cannot work I cannot even afford some meds for depression if denied I might as well give up on life I will be homeless with no income I am not even able to get get my kids school stuff this year all the kids make fun because we are so poor if something does not happen soon we WILL be homeless.

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