Cynthia R Hoover , Las Vegas, Nevada ODAR Office, Administrative Law Judge

For the 2017 *fiscal year, Judge Cynthia R Hoover has disposed 456 cases at the Office of Disability Adjudication and Review (ODAR) in Las Vegas, Nevada. Out of those 456 dispostions, 86 were dismissed, 128 were approved and 242 were denied. This means that the percentage of dispositions that Judge Hoover has approved in Las Vegas for the 2017 fiscal year is 28%. The information below for Judge Cynthia R Hoover was last updated on 9/7/2017.

Average statistics
Office*Fiscal YearTotal DispositionsTotal DecisionsTotal DenialsTotal AwardsCases
Dismissed
Cases
Approved
Cases
Denied
Las Vegas 2015 276 210 135 75 24%27%49%
Las Vegas 2016 494 390 283 107 21%22%57%
Las Vegas 2017 456 370 242 128 19%28%53%
 Totals:122697066031021%25%54%
*The United States Government fiscal year is from October 1st - September 30th.
AVERAGE TIME
 DismissedApprovedDenied
Cynthia R HooverNo Stats for FY 2018
All ALJs in Las Vegas Office 21% 37% 42%
All ALJs in Nevada21%39%41%
All ALJs in the Nation21%45%34%
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Amber
Judge: Cynthia R Hoover
7/1/2016 12:24:10 PM



How is she my son was diagnosed with adhd mood disorder and odd even his school said with his disability it affects his learning what do u think her discission will be and i hve an attorney

Brian Pfeifer
Judge: Cynthia R Hoover
3/14/2016 1:26:37 PM



I had my disability hearing earlier today, so my review on this judge is not convaluted by anger or bias due to her decision on my case. Judge Hoover was actully nothing like others say in her reviews. She was fair, repectfull, understandig and unbiased. She actully gave two hypothetical work situations that were balanced and not infavor of only the state rep, but also for me. I advise before seeing her if she is picked to review your case that you dont use her denial rate or former reviews to establish a opinon. I did and I was terrified and pleasently suprised once I met her. Even judges are human. If we are nasty to them they are going to be nasty to us.


Judge: Cynthia R Hoover
11/28/2015 3:03:02 AM



She uses her state doctors opinions and ignores all others. For example, without getting specific, she said that since the state doctors said I could do something makes it true. However doctors of mine have said different (who have nothing to gain by telling the truth). Another example is her outright lies. For example, something in my medical records as fact, was said only to be testimony. Something very important. If you have this judge make sure you have a lawyer and be prepared to be brow beaten (phrase) in court. Anything you say will be instantly challenged by her - because she instantly disbelieves anything you say. Her goal in doing this is to intimidate you so you change your testimony and sound inconsistent, when in fact, it's akin to interrogation techniques. Rather than being inquisitive, she acts as if you are in criminal court. She is not a good judge & that is why her denial rate is high.

Douglas Fenton
Judge: Cynthia R Hoover
7/23/2015 1:03:31 PM



Judge Hoover is very biased towards denying people the disability insurance they worked and paid for. The way she does it is by using selective facts creating falsehoods in her finding. In my case she quoted a 2nd assistant to the surgeon, a throat doctors I seen years ago, fragments in medical records before the onset date, and 2 doctors she enlisted to review facts she sent them that never examined me first hand. She did not even refer to any statements made by the surgeon that performed my 3rd and most recent spin surgery or any of the pain management doctors I have seen every month for the last 6 years. What is especially unfair is the falsehoods in her findings she never asked about when we had our live session. Most of these things can easily be disproven but the only option is to write to this place in Virginia and wait a year and half. Meanwhile I am completely unable to work now, cannot not even sit in a chair for more then an hour, can not stand very long. One of my largest disappointments in life is the social security system, I received statements for years that said if you become disabled you will receive X per month. The system is not even consistent within its self, previous to my hearing the letter said my condition was severe but might improve. It has continued to get worse. Somehow judge Hoover concluded that I can sit or stand up to 6 or 8 hours a day. I can do nothing even close to this on a consistent basis. Even if true can you really have a job, function at home (like getting dressed, eat), drive somewhere – within the 6 to 8-hour function window. The window is really closer to 2 hours per day. Feeling depressed. Its not safe for me to drive in traffic with my right leg issues. All judge Hoover would need to do to decide differently is to read the notes from current pain management that says pain not under control even with drugs, read where the surgeon post surgery talks about my limited mobility. Look at the case as a whole with 6 years of pain management, physical therapy, 3 surgeries, many injections, countless other tests and procedures I have tried. All without success. Judge Hoover just selects facts to support turning you down, does not even acknowledge or address facts that supports approval from much more creditable sources such as the neurosurgeon that last work on you, or the pain management doctors that see you monthly.



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