Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania ODAR Office

At the Office of Disability Adjudication and Review (ODAR) in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, 10 different administrative law judges (ALJ) conduct Social Security Disability (SSD) hearings and Supplemental Security Income (SSI) hearings. Currently, in Pittsburgh, the average wait time for a SSI or SSD hearing is 18.0 months. The average case processing time in Pittsburgh is 618 days.The Pittsburgh average for winning a SSI or SSD disibility hearing is 34%. Click on the name of one of the ALJs below to see detailed information about their hearing results. This information for the Pittsburgh ODAR office was last updated on 6/11/2019.

Average statistics
OfficeJudgesAvg. Hearing
Wait Time
Processing Time
Per Day Per ALJ
Pittsburgh 10 18.0 months 618 days 2.3 27% 34% 38%
Pennsylvania13.5 months515 days2.324%38%39%
National Average:14.9 months500 days2.120%42%38%
Full NameDismissedApprovedDenied

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Judge: Leslie Perry- Dowdell
1/27/2020 4:53:56 PM

Update: Denied by Judge Perry-Dowdell -she is a hired gun, that is clear! I had my ALJ hearing on 11/4/2019. She denied my claim despite a preponderance of medical evidence. Her denial cited an ailment I do not have (x2), failed to reference the multiple SSA qualifying ailments I do have, she disagreed with even one of the SSA physicians and then penalized me for making the flight across country (4 hours) little did she know I had to get up every 15 minutes to walk the aisle to try and feel my legs and be wheeled off the plane in a wheelchair both flights. I was down for days following the travel. I was raised in a military and law enforcement family as well as worked in law enforcement, where we’re conditioned to not complain despite the fact you may feel like dying inside. I was also advised by counsel not to speak much as she wouldn’t care. That was clear. My advice to anyone who deserves benefits, keep fighting. And plead your case accordingly.

Vicki Corkern
Judge: Michelle Thompson
12/27/2019 9:04:38 AM

The disability rules, law, I should of got my disability, but this judge denied me my disability. I am a very sick person, there is days I can barely walk, I honestly don't know if I am going to make it some days.. I have so much pain , so forgetful, the social security doctor said I was disable to work, because of my disease. She mention of me being obesity, and lack of education. It never stopped me working before. I have worked ever since I was 12 years old, worked hard for over 40 years. I have worked for everything I have, and now I am not able to work and about to lose everything I have ever worked for, because I am not able to work, and this Judge made this unfair and inhumane decision, on behalf I felt she is a prejudge Person. It is such a shame that a judge can make this kind of decision, because they don't like a person. What has our country become to. So sad that's it's become that such cases are treated like this. God be with us all.

Hamida Jones
Judge: Sarah Ehasz
12/16/2019 9:57:20 AM

I shot myself in the head. I have double. I’m bipolar. I have anxiety, seizures, ptsd and panic attacks and I was denied. I worked for the government for nine years. My son and I are homeless.I don’t think the judge even heard anything my counsel or I said. Hopefully, the appeals counsel will approve me.

Judge: Leslie Perry- Dowdell
11/5/2019 8:39:46 PM

I just my hearing 11/4, it lasted 1.5hours. Unfortunately, I woke up pretty sick that morning and had traveled across the country, so I was at a bit of a disadvantage. I’ve read the comments on this site and while yes, she is intimidating as any and all judges probably are in that type of setting. I must say, Judge Perry-Dowdell is just doing her job and she does it well, she’s thorough. Recommendation: to anyone up for a hearing, and I’m not sure if this is allowed... perhaps jot down a few key factors you don’t want to forget to mention. I say that because I have difficulty remembering things/dates due to multiple surgeries (anesthesia). And of course hindsight is always 20/20. Best of luck to anyone truly deserving of benefits.

Judge: Leslie Perry- Dowdell
10/10/2019 6:54:51 AM

I had my hearing with Judge Perry-Dowedell on Monday morning, and my attorney informed me beforehand that she is not the judge you want to get if you’re hoping for SSI/SSDI benefits. She has the lowest approval rating of all the Administrative Law judges, so from the perspective of the taxpayers, she’s a great judge because she doesn’t just hand out social security money to everyone who applies for benefits. But from my perspective, the perspective of someone who nearly died from a spine injury and who spent 6 months learning to walk again, she is the worst judge you could ask for. I had a history of substance abuse, as I self medicated crippling anxiety. But she spent 50% of my hearing talking about that instead of why I can’t work and why I applied for benefits. I can’t stand more than 30 minutes at a time, I have permanent numbness, spasms and pain in my neck upper back that radiate down through my right leg and ankle. I can’t push pull or lift with force, and all of this was documented. She did not give me a decision at the hearing, so I guess it’s good news that at least she didn’t dismiss my case. We will see. But unless you are blind or paralyzed or something, and judge Leslie Perry-Dowdell is assigned as your judge...well, don’t get your hopes up.

Lou paolicelli
Judge: Helen Valkavich
7/5/2019 3:38:37 PM

This asshole alj is the worst of the worst. She relied on a doctor who specializes in family and emergency room medicine for a orthopedic case. I have 22 documented ailments from VA hospital n service connected n she said va holds no relevance n denied my claim. 13 surgeries but this asshole doctor Paul reardon 's opionion holds great weight. I will b suing her n making a public cry 4 her removal. Must be a Obama judge

Tiffany Shuttlesworth
Judge: Regina Carpenter
7/4/2019 8:33:11 PM

I just went in front of Judge Carpenter on the 3rd of July 2019. She was very nice, patient and professional. I was already nervous and scared with my anxiety but she did her best to help me understand the questions no matter how many times she had to repeat them with my comprehension problem. You can tell she actually cared and listen to what I had to say.. Even tho i kept forgetting things and would randomly think of them she was patient with me

Rachel Shovel
Judge: Alma S de Leon
2/6/2019 8:02:11 PM

Judge Alma S de Leon was prepared prior to my hearing. Mostly she confirmed with me the facts provided in my file. She asked me direct questions, there was no confusion understanding h All I could do is be honest and it was ok not to fight back my tears. The attorney ahead of time said she was a great judge, and I know now what they meant. She made eye contact and her tone was strong yet gentle to the words we exchanged. My attorney enabled me the strength to stay in the moment. All in the courtroom with me made a painful, embarrassing and emotional moment a safe haven to speak of my disabilities. The first thing I remember walking out of the courtroom: VALIDATION at last , second to when my attorney accepted my case. Currently i am waiting for a written decision. As so many are before me, may God bless them.

Renetta Wright
Judge: Christian Bareford
11/26/2018 8:39:27 PM

Hi, I had my hearing 11/21/2018 with Judge Christian Bareford and he was very nice I had a pleasant experience with him.. I just upset because I didn’t have all my medical records and no attorney so I took a chance so I really thought it hurt in a way.. but I can’t go back in take anything back now.. I just hope pray and that I can aleast get a partial payment because I’m currently working under 20 hours a week I’m not asking for a hand I just need help for my condition and talking with him made me feel like he really understood so with all that being said I had a wonderful experience with him and I just aleast hope he could give partial benefits if not else I’m still willing to work part time even if I am in pain... so with that said Judge Bareford I give 5 stars...

S. Carr
Judge: Regina Carpenter
11/26/2018 11:33:51 AM

I am extremely disappointed in my son's decision. Having an extremely rare and severe case of Nail Patella Syndrome, where all major limbs are affected, Chronic Kidney Disease, as well as a variety of mental illnesses, including depression, anxiety and ADD, I am (and all others that know him), shocked that his judge denied him SSI. His arms only straighten half-way (about 90 degrees) and because they are chronically dislocated and have little cartilage, his elbow bones rub together constantly causing pain. His right leg doesn't go straight either and his knee caps dislocate every time he bends his knees causing a lot of pain. He has the worst case of flat feet that I've ever seen causing so much pain as well. He has Chronic Kidney disease where she said he wasn't compliant with medication - which she said the same about anti-depressants - however, had she asked him about that, he would have told her that his mother stopped him from taking the CKD medicine originally prescribed because of the known terrible side-effects on patients with Nail Patella Syndrome and that 2 weeks later, he got a different prescription (a far safer drug) and has been on it ever since. As far as anti-depressant medicines, he's had terrible side-effects with each kind he's tried, that's not his fault! Not to mention, he's been on and off health insurance (like millions of people in the US) and so his psychological and psychiatric appointments have been staggered because of that but, she didn't ask him about any of this, not to mention his lawyer didn't say more than 2 sentences during the hearing. We are in a support group for folks with Nail Patella Syndrome and know several others who have been approved for SSI. He is more physically severe than most of them and most don't have the chronic kidney disease. He is on the verge of needing a kidney transplant, just like his aunt. Of course he is depressed! He fears he is going to die from kidney disease, just like my sister nearly did after going through serious rejection of her transplanted kidney. He watched her struggles and is terrified. He's very smart but has the lowest self-esteem because of his very visible physical disabilities, it's extremely unfortunate. I know several people who don't come close to having the same disabling conditions, as my son and are approved. I apologize for the vent but, I am in shock, as are those who know my son, who has already tried to commit suicide several times and who is always talking about taking his life because of all of his issues. His judge wrote in her decision that the attempt that landed him in the hospital was due to a single life event and that's sad because we've shown, in his evidence, that he's been depressed and seeing therapists on and off since he was 4 years old. I'm terrified that I'm going to lose my son. I hope the appeals council does the right thing and if they send his case back to his judge, I hope she does the right thing. ~ Terrified mom (PS I hope this doesn't hurt him, I'm just so sad for him b/c he just keeps saying, with this decision, that he just wants to give up.)

Judge: Leslie Perry- Dowdell
11/19/2018 8:39:41 PM

I was told by my lawyer that the judge I got wasn't the best and when I went in to the court room she had a look of disdain on her face like I was bothering her being there. Then she asked ****** questions like how many pets I have and how I cared for them when I live with husband who does the major work, why did I file for SSD when I was getting unemployment as I was let go due to my disability cause I couldn't type, which the OVR guy said I could go back to work and do same thing and i flunked a online typing test. and the big thing we had to fight Greentree traffic to be there at 8 am so we left at 645 to get thru into Pgh so we were way early and husband dropped me at burger king about a block away then we walked to fed bldg after having a breakfast there and it took awhile as I had to stop n rest a couple times on my knee, ankle and back. She couldn't get it thru her head that we were early and I didn't want to sit on exterior steps till it opened with a bad back. After this whole ordeal she turned me down and then I found out if I appealed that decision shed get that appeal and more than likely turn it down again. So I eneded up reapplying and lost 3 yrs of time....and $.

Jaclyn Evans
Judge: John J Porter
9/26/2018 10:41:43 PM

The judge did not take into account what I had to say. He wad very rude. If I could give him a million 0 stars I would. He should be banned from being a judge altogether. Judges who preside overy mental health cases need to have a better understanding of what mental illnesses are and how it affects people in their day to day life instead of the bullshit that they say. Mental Illness not only affects that person but the people living with them spouse. Not everyone with mental illness is married to someone who has a mental illness and my spouse is one of them. He does not have any mental illness and is of a very high IQ. Me having a mental illness is at times hard for him to deal with but at the end of the day he is still there and not going anywhere. Just like for example someone with cancer that is something that is a cronic medical condition... mental health is the same way. Mental illness is where you mentally have a disease that you have good days and bad days and most of the time the bad days that you have inside of your head affects you negatively constantly 24/7. You have your ups and downs... but mostly downs. Mental illness is a disease that can not be seen that is why people who don't have a mental illness judges people that do have a mental illness just like judge John Porter. I am using his name because I feel that he needs to be fired. I did everything that social security asked of me to and made sure he had everything he needed. I called all the time to make sure they had everything they needed. I also had doctors that said that I needed to stay on disability. I had mental health doctors who said that and he said what they said does not carry any weight... but instead get a job as a housekeeper which there are 20,000 jobs nationwide... or get a job as some kind of inspector where there are only 3,500 jobs nationwide. Get the **** out of here. If you are about to have this judge preside over your disability case I would automatically expect to be denied way before your court hearing.

Judge: Helen Valkavich
7/16/2018 2:50:14 PM

I just had my hearing last week. Judge Valkavich was very thorough and respectful during the heating. She really seemed to care to hear about my side. Win or lose she is a very professional judge.

Judge: Christian Bareford
6/17/2018 11:23:24 PM

Easy going personality Asked alot of questions Very nice over all Listened to what i had to say Still do not know my decision!!! Just had court last week

stephanie Coda
Judge: Sarah Ehasz
5/10/2018 3:47:51 PM

I've never been so insulted and have myself and my adult disabled son so ignored. She lied about where and how my son was supposed to be evaluated for his ongoing mental illness since birth and she used a report from some psychologist from 5 yrs ago and the man met with my son for 15 minutes asked him to spell his name then talked about a TV show then he determined my son showed no ongoing mental health issues. 2days before he was banging his head on Mercy Behavioral Healths windows because he felt lied to. She promised a thorough evaluation by another place because all my sons doctors say he's unemployable and severely bi-polar. I never got a hearing date let alone a court date even though I called and called to get an address for this different evaluation. she didn't take any reports from Mercy Behavioral Health doctors and said that he could be a successful "laundry worker" if need be. She wouldn't let me talk because we went through two lawyers who won't help him. She failed my son. I've been supporting him on my disability check ,since I'm Bi-polar too, and could care less that his life and mine have been torturous because it's not her problem.

Sheryl L Longendyke
Judge: Timothy Gates
5/8/2018 12:39:04 PM

Very pleasant judge. Did not talk down to me and listened like he actually cared. Went to court in January 2018 it's may and still waiting on decion letter

Judge: Joanna Papazekos
2/4/2018 9:45:02 PM

I am an Iraq combat veteran with a purple heart and a 100% disability rating from the VA for severe PTSD. I had several hearings before joanna papazekos and from the very first one, it was clear that she neither understood PTSD nor apparently believes it is a disability. When I returned from Iraq in 2006, I was diagnosed with severe PTSD by a private practice Psychiatrist in Pittsburgh and then began long-term treatment with a licensed Psychologist. When I had my first meeting with judge papazekos, I had been in continuous therapy for 11 years. At the hearing I presented written summaries from my original Psychiatrist, the Psychologist I saw for 11 years and a third Psychologist who I recently started seeing. In addition, I presented the Veterans Administration decision indicating I was 100% disabled from PTSD. I also presented evidence of being unable to work due to severe mood swings and evidence where I had tried to work part-time at a local Home Depot but had to quit due to triggered reactions I had at work. I had overwhelming evidence showing the severity of my disability problems, however, joanna papazekos did not take any of that evidence seriously. She denied my application for disability status. I can only conclude that she either 1. knows nothing about PTSD and its effects; or 2. harbors a resentment and/or feeling of discrimination against Veterans.

Judge: Joanna Papazekos
1/21/2018 11:54:36 PM

This judge was rude, and even insulting. dragged me through appeals for 5 years even after her first denial of me was remanded. Her vocational expert even told myattorney after a hearing that my case was in the bag, yet she still denied me. Gave no credibility to my dr's, Psychiatrist, numerous meds i'm on, or ER visits. I had to refile because of her. If I would get her again, I don't know what i'd do. This woman should be A prison guard, not someone supposed to judge fairly on poor health.

Judge: John J Porter
10/31/2017 11:14:28 AM

This man should not have a job that judges people illness, apparently knows nothing of mental illness. Defies what Doctors say.

Kelly Torok
Judge: Leslie Perry- Dowdell
10/4/2017 5:03:35 AM

yes it's such a process...and I wish I could do it again.. I keep thinking of important things I should have said but was very anxious and felt like I shouldn't babble on and on :( and she only asked me thre questions which I found strange, talking to other people who were questioned for almost an hr...and her record on here is the lowest so I am not very hopeful with my outcome. But I do have to say She was very different than I expected after reading the posts on here. She seemed very nice.

Judge: Leslie Perry- Dowdell
10/2/2017 8:17:27 PM

To anonymous post of 9/28/17. I went through that exact problem and thinking as you. I was in front of judge Valaskavich. I wasn't nervous but have trouble thinking when the pain is bad. Mornings are the worst. She seemed to understand that without me having to say it, and the struggle it has been waiting to hopefully get approved. Again I did not tell her of any of my struggles. Utilities threaten to be shut off every month and so much more. That makes it so hard to deal with the depression because I always worked hard to pay for everything and now even if I get turned down, still can't work any job. So prayers to you and all people who really have to get approved!

Judge: Leslie Perry- Dowdell
9/28/2017 6:26:29 AM

I posted yesterday about my hearing... after thinking about it there was so much more I wanted to say and could have said but I was nervous and my anxiety was starting to overcome me so now I fell like I did not do well because of it, I would hope the judges realize how hard it is to answer questions under nervousness anxiety and pain. :(

Ron K
Judge: Helen Valkavich
9/18/2017 2:41:51 PM

I recently had a hearing in front of this judge. I felt like she cared and listened to what I am really going through. Unfortunately I had an early morning hearing and mornings are bad and I have a hard time concentrating in the morning. I felt like she understood that and wouldn't hold it against me. Win or lose she was very respectful and did not make me feel uncomfortable being there.

Judge: Leslie Perry- Dowdell
8/7/2017 12:05:55 PM

so I have no chance at all is what I am reading :(

J. Miller
Judge: Regina Carpenter
7/19/2017 8:10:33 PM

I recently had a hearing with this judge. I was treated with such a high level of respect and compassion, it was almost scary. I was given a full favorable ruling, but that is not what inspired this comment. This judge actually cares about us as people. Just treat her with respect, and you WILL receive a fair decision based upon the merits of your medical condition.

Bernette Moore
Judge: John J Porter
5/30/2017 7:34:03 AM


Judge: Timothy Gates
4/14/2017 10:51:24 AM

Most pleasant judge that I have appeared before. He was very friendly and patient. I truly appreciate his courtesy. Made everyone feel at ease. Asked reasonable questions. Did not put anyone on the spot. Did not rush us. Thanks, Judge Gates!

L oglesbee
Judge: Timothy Gates
8/30/2016 9:05:22 AM

Judge gates was very pleasant during my hearig.. When ive been able to see a doctor they always ask if I every considered suicide. I would say no. But since receiving word today that JUDGEe gates denied my claim im at that point. My home is in jeopardy. Im sICK and need to see a doctor but donT have insurance. I had to file bankruptcy and i have very little food. Yes maybe if I end it my family can at least collect from my insurance and maybe be able to keep a roof ever their heads. I Dent T HAVE THE ANSWERS AND THIS WAS MY LAST CHANCE! I guess he had to do what he had to do.

Judge: Leslie Perry- Dowdell
2/27/2016 11:13:53 AM

This judge does not look at everything I had letters from Drs saying I could not work , she said I was getting better. Which is not true, she looked at stuff that did not Protane to my cause and used it can't understand English. I feel I was wrong color and never had a chance because I was white.

Judge: Timothy C Pace
10/26/2015 8:07:19 PM

i went in front of judge pace in 2011 and he proceeded to berate me in the hearing ... i wish i could get a copy of the audio recording from that hearing, he denied me even though i had a letter from my doctors stating i am not capable of any gainful employment. i was hit with a mack truck in 2005 and have severe spinal cord injuries and if you go to this ssa site you can see what you have that qualifies you i have several listings from the musculoskeletal system and Neurological sections including multiple herniated disks and syringomyelia.

Judge: Leslie Perry- Dowdell
9/11/2015 6:08:29 AM

SSD is not taken lightly by this Judge. She is confident and reviews her cases well. The administration could use more judges like her. Social Security awards cannot be given away, they must be given to those who truly need them. Thank you Judge for representing the taxpayers well.

Judge: John J Porter
9/2/2015 6:10:09 PM

was respectful listened to everything i had to say. Explained everything

Judge: Joanna Papazekos
4/17/2015 11:00:29 AM

This judge cherry picked my disability case and I lost due to extremely unethical and irrelevant reasons. I am not only disappointed but disgusted.

Judge: Alma S de Leon
10/30/2014 6:00:47 PM

Judge De Leon was very professional. She asked a lot of questions and was very understanding and listened attentively to all of my answers. she was extremely thorough and made sure that anything that myself or my attorney had to say was also heard. this was my first and only experience before a judge of any kind and she was everything you would want a judge to be. You can count yourself lucky if she hears your case because you will get a fair hearing.

Judge: Leslie Perry- Dowdell
10/10/2014 10:47:58 AM

Rude to attorneys and claimants even when case is well prepared. Seems to bully people when questioning.

Judge: Michelle Thompson
5/28/2014 8:27:26 PM

I would like to just say she is a fair and just judge she truly listen and provide fair decisions based on the evidence if more judges were this unbiased and did everything on a case by case basis and not under any preconceived stereotype this world would be a better place

Judge: Michelle Thompson
5/19/2014 8:08:53 PM

She took the time to listen to me and was very caring.

Judge: Timothy C Pace
1/30/2014 12:19:25 PM

Judge Timothy C. Pace: I had my hearing in November of 2013, and like so many people its a very long journey just to get to this court date. My disability and filing started in 2009 and there was some mistakes made within the SSD that put me way behind for me getting my trail date. After, a second filing in early 2012 and now with an attorney I got my date set in the middle of November. I advise anyone who is thinking about getting a attorney, Make sure they are local and NOT a national firm with lawyers scattered all over the country. I spoke to my attorney over the phone 3 times, twice within days of my hiring and never met him until I walked into the court room. My biggest mistake in my life. I did 99% percent of the talking and the lawyer made mistake right from the start, so I took control quickly and finished up the hiring. I even request that his fees be lowered if I won, right there at the time of the meeting. This action was granted by Judge Pace. Why did I gave Judge Pace a FIVE STAR review? Its simple and its based on two things and nothing more. 1) I had to deliver over 500 pages of medical records to the court before my court date because of my attorneys law firms poor handling of my case. So, I had a few calls and face to face meeting with the office staff. The staff was super helpful and truly cared about me as a person and my case. So, the staff shares in this review and the 5 stars. 2) Judge Timothy C. Pace got his five star rating for simply listening to my store. He just listened and you could tell he cared about my journey to disability status. Again, he listened and in the end that's all you can ask of any person: Judge, Doctor, Husband/Wife or partner. I walked out of the hearing knowing that I had my day and what ever happens next happens good or bad. But, I know in my heart and mind that I was heard!

Judge: Leslie Perry- Dowdell
1/22/2013 11:19:11 AM

This judge is clearly consistent. She has the lowest rate of approval of any judge in the state and within minutes of my hearing commencing I didnt need a crystal ball to tell me she was going to turn me down, her body language, attitude, questions and tone of voice made it clear to me she was going to reject my claim despite the physician I was sent to who had experience evaluating these cases telling me after my exam that he saw no reason that I did not easily qualify for disability benefits. When my attorney appealed we ended up back in front of her. Totally absurd.

Judge: John J Porter
1/7/2013 8:36:19 AM


J. Grimm
Judge: Regina Carpenter
12/21/2012 7:02:31 AM

By your % approved cases, and looking at the other judges largest % denials, it seems you DO actually listen to people and can understand that they feel helpless and can't provide for their families which makes low self-esteem also. People DO WANT to be proud and productive by working and feeling self-worth. Needing help financially is not easy to ask for (although we've worked for many years..which is why our bodies are broken down in the first place.) I may have a hearing coming up in this office soon...I hope I can be heard by you for it is scary to wait so long and be so clinging to the need for financial help with no chances of benefits. Can other judges even try to put themselves in our places..we have been trying for 2 years for help..why would we do this if we could go out and work for money while financial life worsens each week.

Judge: Joseph F Leary
11/27/2012 1:15:20 PM

This judge is a breath of fresh air.

Judge: Timothy C Pace
10/24/2012 8:55:10 AM

judge Pace is a fair man and open minded.

Judge: John J Porter
9/13/2012 9:14:05 AM

I had to call and ask for the Gentlemens name , He treated me fairly even though I didn't have an attorney , he rescheduled the hearing and explained things to me , I thought he was fair and to the point , Alot of mix ups with me owning a business and income, Wow more questions concerning that than my actual health issuess So if you go alone be prepared to have tax records and earning statements.

Judge: Joanna Papazekos
9/12/2012 2:35:26 AM

Listens to evidence presented by the claimant knows not to be a judge like judge mills

Judge: Michelle Thompson
8/23/2012 5:03:21 PM

I dont think she took in to consideration what I have to go through everyday dealing with children that have ADHD and ODD have twins one approved other one keep being denied I wish she could walk in my shoes and see how it feels to get calls from school because your child cant stay in her seat or that the child is being suspended for fighting hope she one day look at the whole picture and not just her question she asked us

Judge: Michelle Thompson
8/23/2012 4:57:14 PM

I don't understand her decision I have twins one approved other denied several times never went to court one other twin but the oldest getting denied they both have the same medical history and they take med everyday which is five to be exact and hopefully when I appeal I will have some type of representation because why do one get approved and the other one keeps getting denied keep in mind they are only three mintues apart bug the oldest twin keep getting denied ever chance I apply

Judge: Leslie Perry- Dowdell
8/14/2012 4:40:39 PM

I am the wrong color :(

Judge: Leslie Perry- Dowdell
8/2/2012 9:16:12 PM

Does not seem to comprehend English

Judge: Timothy C Pace
7/4/2012 10:04:55 PM

That really captures the spirit of it. Thanks for pnostig.

Judge: Timothy C Pace
6/13/2012 9:11:34 PM

Well deserved one star. Never met a case he could Approve without Congressional interest. . .

Judge: Michelle Thompson
6/7/2012 4:49:36 PM

Hottest looking ALJ I've seen. Very cute french sounding accent and a nice demeanor as well.