Benjamin R McMillion , Roanoke, Virginia ODAR Office, Administrative Law Judge

For the 2015 *fiscal year, Judge Benjamin R Mcmillion has disposed 183 cases at the Office of Disability Adjudication and Review (ODAR) in Roanoke, Virginia. Out of those 183 dispostions, 26 were dismissed, 77 were approved and 80 were denied. This means that the percentage of dispositions that Judge McMillion has approved in Roanoke for the 2015 fiscal year is 42%. The information below for Judge Benjamin R Mcmillion was last updated on 3/9/2018.

Average statistics
Office*Fiscal YearTotal DispositionsTotal DecisionsTotal DenialsTotal AwardsCases
Dismissed
Cases
Approved
Cases
Denied
Huntington 2011 18 13 6 7 28%39%33%
Huntington 2012 22 20 5 15 9%68%23%
Roanoke 2012 481 438 176 262 9%54%37%
Roanoke 2013 534 474 202 272 11%51%38%
Roanoke 2014 505 444 169 275 12%54%33%
Charlotte 2015 336 285 141 144 15%43%42%
Roanoke 2015 183 157 80 77 14%42%44%
Charlotte 2016 449 354 157 197 21%44%35%
Charlotte 2017 459 384 135 249 16%54%29%
Charlotte 2018 212 175 59 116 17%55%28%
 Totals:319927441130161414%50%35%
*The United States Government fiscal year is from October 1st - September 30th.
AVERAGE TIME
 DismissedApprovedDenied
Judge Mcmillion17%55%28%
All ALJs in Roanoke Office 16% 45% 39%
All ALJs in Virginia23%38%39%
All ALJs in the Nation21%43%36%
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Domna
Judge: Benjamin R McMillion
3/21/2017 10:07:49 AM



I had my hearing on February 17th for SSI in front of Judge Mcmillion. It is now been over 1 month and I have still not received a decision either way and as I'm sure all of you out there are very familiar with, this has been 4 LONG financially, emotionally, and psychologically traumatizing experience. While I was very scared and nervous judge McMillion was extremely easy to talk to, he asked fair questions and listened to not only my answers but my attorneys as well. I do feel that he was very fair and he made the hearing process far less intimidating and scary than I thought it would be. Can't rate him as far as his decision goes because I don't know what it is yet. I do know that by the time you have waited a minimum of 1 year and from the looks of it a maximum of maybe 6 or7 years, that once you get to the hearing stage you should receive your decision in a quick and timely manner, as there is nothing worse then waiting for a decision after you have already been waiting years to even get to this point. I'm quite sure they count on most of us to give up or drop this at some point in time due to the financial hardships and burdens it puts on the claimants because of the lengthy amount of wait time for a hearing. Filing for benefits has been the most frustrating, bureaucratic, time consuming, nerve wracking, financially draining thing I've ever gone through and that's saying something!! Best of luck to all of you who have filed and are awaiting decisions my heart goes out to you and I pray for favorable decisions. All in all I found judge McMillion to be compassionate, fair and very thorough.

Donna Waters
Judge: Benjamin R McMillion
6/17/2015 5:46:58 AM



Very nice and polite man.


Judge: Benjamin R McMillion
3/7/2013 9:01:36 AM



Very nice man



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