Robert J Labrum , Salt Lake City, Utah ODAR Office, Administrative Law Judge

For the 2018 *fiscal year, Judge Robert J Labrum has disposed 103 cases at the Office of Disability Adjudication and Review (ODAR) in Salt Lake City, Utah. Out of those 103 dispostions, 29 were dismissed, 52 were approved and 22 were denied. This means that the percentage of dispositions that Judge Labrum has approved in Salt Lake City for the 2018 fiscal year is 50%. The information below for Judge Robert J Labrum was last updated on 3/9/2018.

Average statistics
Office*Fiscal YearTotal DispositionsTotal DecisionsTotal DenialsTotal AwardsCases
Salt Lake City 2010 171 154 29 125 10%73%17%
West Des Moines 2010 485 444 103 341 8%70%21%
Salt Lake City 2011 708 628 137 491 11%69%19%
Salt Lake City 2012 745 598 139 459 20%62%19%
Salt Lake City 2013 624 534 144 390 14%62%23%
Salt Lake City 2014 544 478 158 320 12%59%29%
Salt Lake City 2015 418 352 99 253 16%61%24%
Salt Lake City 2016 380 307 69 238 19%63%18%
Salt Lake City 2017 357 296 91 205 17%57%25%
Salt Lake City 2018 103 74 22 52 28%50%21%
*The United States Government fiscal year is from October 1st - September 30th.
Robert J LabrumNo Stats for FY 2019
All ALJs in Salt Lake City Office 23% 40% 37%
All ALJs in Utah23%40%37%
All ALJs in the Nation21%43%36%
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Judge: Robert J Labrum
6/15/2016 7:56:49 PM

Judge: Robert J Labrum
6/16/2015 1:20:35 PM

I have appeared before this judge several times representing clients. He is fair, he is prepared, and he understands the law regarding disability claims. If you don't have good medical evidence (as noted by the other commenter on this page), what are you doing at a hearing? SSA can reverse any favorable decision that isn't based on medical records. Why would Judge Labrum waste time approving your claim based on your own personal account, without supporting medical evidence, when it's only going to be reversed when SSA appeals?

Judge: Robert J Labrum
1/2/2013 1:12:25 PM

If there is evidence in the file supporting the claim, he does a good job. If the evidence isn't very clear, he will likely deny the case.

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