John W Rolph , Albuquerque, New Mexico ODAR Office, Administrative Law Judge

For the 2017 *fiscal year, Judge John W Rolph has disposed 2 cases at the Office of Disability Adjudication and Review (ODAR) in Albuquerque, New Mexico. Out of those 2 dispostions, 0 were dismissed, 0 were approved and 2 were denied. This means that the percentage of dispositions that Judge Rolph has approved in Albuquerque for the 2017 fiscal year is 0%. The information below for Judge John W Rolph was last updated on 9/7/2017.

Average statistics
Office*Fiscal YearTotal DispositionsTotal DecisionsTotal DenialsTotal AwardsCases
Charleston Wv 2010 645 576 176 400 11%62%27%
Charleston Wv 2011 625 578 206 372 8%60%33%
Charleston Wv 2012 654 580 296 284 11%43%45%
Charleston Wv 2013 25 24 15 9 4%36%60%
Portland Or 2013 575 472 244 228 18%40%42%
Albuquerque 2014 135 111 46 65 18%48%34%
Portland Or 2014 378 315 178 137 17%36%47%
Albuquerque 2015 250 214 120 94 14%38%48%
Seattle 2015 8 7 4 3 12%38%50%
Albuquerque 2016 91 72 28 44 21%48%31%
Nhc Albuquerque 2016 4 4 1 3 0%75%25%
Seattle 2016 6 5 3 2 17%33%50%
Albuquerque 2017 2 2 2 0 0%0%100%
Nhc Albuquerque 2017 66 51 15 36 23%55%23%
*The United States Government fiscal year is from October 1st - September 30th.
John W RolphNo Stats for FY 2018
All ALJs in Albuquerque Office 18% 54% 28%
All ALJs in New Mexico21%44%35%
All ALJs in the Nation21%45%34%
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Adam Boklage
Judge: John W Rolph
6/18/2013 9:40:17 AM

I'm an attorney who only practices Social Security disability law, and who routinely appears before judges from seven different ODARs (Portland, Eugene, Tacoma, Seattle, Spokane, Boise and Las Vegas - a total of 67 ALJs), and on occasion at virtually every ODAR across the country. I have seen it all, from wack-job judges who are truly insane -- pity anyone from Moreno Valley, CA or Billings, MT -- to judges on some sort of an agenda to deny (or approve!) as many people as possible. I can say without hesitation that Chief Judge Rolph is one of the most courteous, professional, thoughtful and genuinely compassionate judges that I have encountered. This is NOT the same thing as a high allowance rate. He only pays about 50/50, which means that he is denying a lot of cases who probably should be approved. However, I truly believe you get a fair shot with him. While he may not approve every claim, my experience is that he treats every claimant with respect as a human being. As bad as it is to have your claim denied, it is incredible how many judges insist on belittling people and treating them like crap. Judge Rolph never does this. The only time I have ever seen him lose patience, and even then it was slight, was when a claimant insisted on lying to him (and me) about current drug and alcohol use, was deceitful and very dishonest. Anyone who does that deserves a lot worse. Bottom line: I would love to win every one of my cases, but I would be more than happy if every one of my clients were assigned to Judge Rolph.

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