Ronald D Lahners , Omaha, Nebraska ODAR Office, Administrative Law Judge

For the 2019 *fiscal year, Judge Ronald D Lahners has disposed 262 cases at the Office of Disability Adjudication and Review (ODAR) in Omaha, Nebraska. Out of those 262 dispostions, 58 were dismissed, 138 were approved and 66 were denied. This means that the percentage of dispositions that Judge Lahners has approved in Omaha for the 2019 fiscal year is 53%. The information below for Judge Ronald D Lahners was last updated on 6/11/2019.

Average statistics
Office*Fiscal YearTotal DispositionsTotal DecisionsTotal DenialsTotal AwardsCases
Omaha 2010 383 335 112 223 13%58%29%
Omaha 2011 323 263 121 142 19%44%37%
Omaha 2012 408 328 147 181 20%44%36%
Omaha 2013 436 347 114 233 20%53%26%
Omaha 2014 367 288 111 177 22%48%30%
Omaha 2015 386 310 112 198 20%51%29%
Omaha 2016 347 262 92 170 24%49%27%
Omaha 2017 337 260 79 181 23%54%23%
Omaha 2018 160 116 38 78 28%49%24%
Omaha 2019 262 204 66 138 22%53%25%
*The United States Government fiscal year is from October 1st - September 30th.
Ronald D LahnersNo Stats for FY 2020
All ALJs in Omaha Office 18% 40% 42%
All ALJs in Nebraska18%40%42%
All ALJs in the Nation20%42%38%
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Judge: Ronald D Lahners
5/4/2013 5:31:18 PM

I believe Judge Lahners is an older judge with older opinions and values. He needs to step down or retire. He asked me questions during my hearing that were tacky and rude and in no way did they pertain to my claim. In his letter to me that denied my claim, he repeated the same topics over and over again and did not consider all the evidence. He even said that state doctors that I was seeing were not credible. Isn't SSD state or government owned? Is he referring to his own office as well. I believe he had "no" already in his mind as soon as the hearing began. Government services did not move very fast but his denial letter was typed and mailed to me withn 8 days of the hearing. I did not receive a fair hearing and it was prejudicial because I had a bad advocate at my first hearing and he cut the hearing short and said "to be continued." My attorney had a steep hill to climb and as I said -- and Judge Lahners had "no" in his mind as we progressed through the hearing. Shame on him. Please retire.

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