Eugene Bond , Washington, Washington Dc ODAR Office, Administrative Law Judge

For the 2017 *fiscal year, Judge Eugene Bond has disposed 212 cases at the Office of Disability Adjudication and Review (ODAR) in Washington, Washington Dc. Out of those 212 dispostions, 69 were dismissed, 85 were approved and 58 were denied. This means that the percentage of dispositions that Judge Bond has approved in Washington for the 2017 fiscal year is 40%. The information below for Judge Eugene Bond was last updated on 9/7/2017.

Average statistics
Office*Fiscal YearTotal DispositionsTotal DecisionsTotal DenialsTotal AwardsCases
Dismissed
Cases
Approved
Cases
Denied
Washington 2010 337 283 108 175 16%52%32%
Washington 2011 406 327 128 199 19%49%32%
Washington 2012 498 434 165 269 13%54%33%
Washington 2013 505 451 204 247 11%49%40%
Washington 2014 404 307 168 139 24%34%42%
Washington 2015 345 254 128 126 26%37%37%
Washington 2016 496 354 173 181 29%36%35%
Washington 2017 212 143 58 85 33%40%27%
 Totals:320325531132142120%44%35%
*The United States Government fiscal year is from October 1st - September 30th.
AVERAGE TIME
 DismissedApprovedDenied
Eugene BondNo Stats for FY 2018
All ALJs in Washington Office 28% 38% 34%
All ALJs in Washington Dc28%38%34%
All ALJs in the Nation21%45%34%
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Judge: Eugene Bond
12/10/2015 1:47:23 PM



I quit my job years ago to take care of my son and then came down with debilitating depression making it impossible to hold down a job. Its one thing to take care of a child and a whole new ball game to hold down a job. Any parent suffering from inability to concentrate, abnormally low energy, confusion and inability to understand the complex instructions of a typical workplace would understand this. Too bad this judge just blows that off and interrogates you with the presumption that if you can drive a car and meet your child's basic needs, then you can automatically hold down a job. Not so!!! You are presumed guilty (or being a scammer that can work) unless you can prove your innocence. No such thing as fair and impartial here. No presumption of innocence. I'm still to sick to work and it looks like I've lost my case and will have to wait several more years for an appeal, hopefully with a different judge.


Judge: Eugene Bond
2/10/2015 12:02:15 PM



Told me because I can feed my chickens, I can work. This was within three minutes of the start of the hearing. Disallowed all evidence by doctors; Paid no attention to the expert vocational rehabilitation expert that the court hired. Told my Lawyer to "Shut up", very rude and ignores Social security laws. After being disabled for 20+ years, it's a shame to be told your pretty much a liar. Bitter, arrogant man.

Carl A. Moore
Judge: Eugene Bond
1/13/2014 4:31:47 PM



He is a really nasty old man and to the legal counsel. If you are tired of you job retired. You will not be missed. The Lord is holding you for all you actions in court. And is will be reveal on the DAY OF JUDGEMENT IN HEAVEN TRUST ME. Need to review all cases with a fine tooth and stop depending on the fake medical experts for their opinion. Disability SSI is for individuals whom have worked several years and invested monies into the system. To have when they can't perform work anymore because of health reasons.


Judge: Eugene Bond
3/7/2013 6:26:33 AM



No idea what his problem is, he hates everyone and obviously hates his job. The real life Scrooge. Pathetic, screams at everyone. Hearing reporter, representative, claimant, just miserable! NOTE: He's actually somewhat favorable relative to other ALJs, just know the record and don't let him fluster you!


Judge: Eugene Bond
12/4/2012 2:33:25 PM



Nasty, Nasty, Nasty. Takes pleasure in proving to everyone that he can belittle and get the upper hand on disabled claimants who unfortunately are not as educated as he. Ignores evidence that is not consistent with how he thinks the case should be resolved even where there is no evidence to support his prejudged resolution. Fortunately, the Appeals Council reverses him quite often. You have to wonder why someone with so little compassion for those less fortunate than he has the position he holds.


Judge: Eugene Bond
8/27/2012 5:40:15 AM



He is the most rude of any ALJ or person I've ever encountered. Yelled at the rep, yelled at the claimant, yelled at the reporter! Be ready to get ridiculed and denied!


Judge: Eugene Bond
8/2/2012 11:09:02 AM



Grumpy old man!

Edward K. Houston
Judge: Eugene Bond
8/1/2012 8:58:57 AM



My rating of Judge Bond is excellent. During my appeal review hearing held on 4/24/2012, Judge Bond met with me and my legal representative. I found Judge Bond to be very open and honest about how the proceedings would go. His years of experience as a ALJ was evident in his "Notice of Decision - Fully Favorable" decision, it lets me know that the judge carefully reviewed my file. I am writing thru this median to see if I can seek his assistance once again.I have ran into some difficulty as the Social Security Administration has yet to reward me any of my past-due benefits.I don't know where else to turn in seeking help to being made whole based on the judges' favorable decision. I have asked the processing of my claim is expedited under dire need, as I am facing evication from my current home. I don't know if this message will reach the Judge in time to see or have someone investigate why I have not been given access to my past-due benefits. So who ever reads this please forward my concerns to the judge, as I am in dire need of the benefits. Thanks for your time and attention!!!!



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