Jeffrey S Wolfe , Tulsa, Oklahoma ODAR Office, Administrative Law Judge

For the 2019 *fiscal year, Judge Jeffrey S Wolfe has disposed 328 cases at the Office of Disability Adjudication and Review (ODAR) in Tulsa, Oklahoma. Out of those 328 dispostions, 58 were dismissed, 214 were approved and 56 were denied. This means that the percentage of dispositions that Judge Wolfe has approved in Tulsa for the 2019 fiscal year is 65%. The information below for Judge Jeffrey S Wolfe was last updated on 6/11/2019.

Average statistics
Office*Fiscal YearTotal DispositionsTotal DecisionsTotal DenialsTotal AwardsCases
Tulsa 2010 583 519 111 408 11%70%19%
Tulsa 2012 512 443 128 315 13%62%25%
Tulsa 2013 500 416 133 283 17%57%27%
Tulsa 2014 427 319 101 218 25%51%24%
Tulsa 2015 454 366 109 257 19%57%24%
Tulsa 2016 421 333 81 252 21%60%19%
Tulsa 2017 389 307 47 260 21%67%12%
Tulsa 2018 240 195 41 154 19%64%17%
Tulsa 2019 328 270 56 214 18%65%17%
*The United States Government fiscal year is from October 1st - September 30th.
Jeffrey S WolfeNo Stats for FY 2020
All ALJs in Tulsa Office 17% 54% 29%
All ALJs in Oklahoma17%49%34%
All ALJs in the Nation20%42%38%
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Judge: Jeffrey S Wolfe
11/28/2017 5:01:19 PM

This Judge is to the point, straight forward and fair.

Russ mangum
Judge: Jeffrey S Wolfe
3/29/2017 6:14:12 AM

a Gentleman

Damon D Wells
Judge: Jeffrey S Wolfe
12/27/2016 10:27:55 AM

I am check on my disability award latter

Damon wells
Judge: Jeffrey S Wolfe
12/19/2016 12:00:52 PM

Check on my suff

Judge: Jeffrey S Wolfe
12/17/2015 7:06:56 PM

The best mean old ALJ going!

Judge: Jeffrey S Wolfe
7/11/2015 9:51:57 PM

Abrasive and blunt. However, he will do anything to make sure that a claimant finds representation before disability is determined, plus he also makes extensive use of consultative examinations. He can get pretty upset at representatives for not coming to hearing with a clear theory of the case, so be prepared answer at what stage of the 5 step process a claimant is disabled. One can stand up to him, but do so respectfully. He does everything he can to ensure every claimant he evaluates has a full range of testing done for alleged impairments and does not seem to mind putting cases on hold for CE exams. If the rep has had the case a long time, though, he may grill the rep on why one was not requested. Really, he is pretty fair. His big schtick is credibilty, and if anyone tries to fib to him, he will be on it like a ticjk on a hound. Be truthful.

Judge: Jeffrey S Wolfe
1/29/2015 5:34:10 PM

Judge Wolfe is an honest and fair Judge that is a no nonsense type of person. he seems to be very effective in weeding out the bull. From what i see he is just in all his decisions.

Judge: Jeffrey S Wolfe
3/27/2013 6:49:10 AM

Tends to be very serious, humorless and can be insulting and condescending to claimants and reps. Usually starts hearings asking you to provide your theory of the case,list of impairments, which vocational guidelines or listings apply, key exhibits etc. He will ask some background questions, then let rep question, but he continuously interrupts and sidetracks the line of questioning, often to rather irrelevant matters. If claimant testifies in any way inconsistent with prior statements he will say to the rep, "Your client's credibility is dwindling dangerously..." or something to that effect.

Judge: Jeffrey S Wolfe
6/8/2012 1:30:47 PM

Very rude and obnoxious but cool about favorable decisions and very fair in determining disability. Very intelligent and thorough. If you can stand a whole hearing with him and tell him the truth, you will probably win with good medical evidence.

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