Virginia M Robinson , Seattle, Washington ODAR Office, Administrative Law Judge

For the 2017 *fiscal year, Judge Virginia M Robinson has disposed 144 cases at the Office of Disability Adjudication and Review (ODAR) in Seattle, Washington. Out of those 144 dispostions, 39 were dismissed, 28 were approved and 77 were denied. This means that the percentage of dispositions that Judge Robinson has approved in Seattle for the 2017 fiscal year is 19%. The information below for Judge Virginia M Robinson was last updated on 6/14/2017.

Average statistics
Office*Fiscal YearTotal DispositionsTotal DecisionsTotal DenialsTotal AwardsCases
Dismissed
Cases
Approved
Cases
Denied
Akron Oh 2012 275 259 156 103 6%37%57%
Seattle 2012 38 31 5 26 18%68%13%
Seattle 2013 385 316 226 90 18%23%59%
Seattle 2014 343 252 216 36 27%10%63%
Seattle 2015 333 232 175 57 30%17%53%
Seattle 2016 255 186 146 40 27%16%57%
Seattle 2017 144 105 77 28 27%19%53%
 Totals:17731381100138022%21%56%
*The United States Government fiscal year is from October 1st - September 30th.
AVERAGE TIME
 DismissedApprovedDenied
Judge Robinson27%19%53%
All ALJs in Seattle Office 28% 35% 37%
All ALJs in Washington23%43%35%
All ALJs in the Nation21%45%34%
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Judge: Virginia M Robinson
9/14/2016 3:08:28 PM



Judge Robinson is statistically the worst judge in WA. My original attorney quit when she found out who the hearing judge would be. All these lawyers play the odds. They have to win a certain percentage of cases and collect their maximum fee out of it to make it worth their while. My attorney, and others I’ve heard about, don’t see the odds in their favor in Judge Robinson’s court room so they quit the case. In my case one of the factors in my disability stems from a back condition called kyphosis. In exaggerated cases it’s what’s known as a hunchback. The condition causes me a lot of pain and mobility problems. The employment specialist at the hearing decided I could work as an industrial cleaner and Judge Robinson bought that statement hook line and sinker. Seriously? An industrial cleaner? Do these idiots have any idea what that job entails? It's usually a hard physical labor job. Maybe Judge Robinson would have better stats if she weren’t an idiot.


Judge: Virginia M Robinson
6/16/2016 8:17:23 PM



I went before this judge today and she seemed to be a very nice woman. I can only just pray that she sees the truth and rules in my favor. I am a broken man from head to toe and I can only hope the system works the way it's supposed to. After all these years I've been working full-time so hard on my body since my early teens. I Won't Give Up if she rules against me I will appeal and continue this fight. It's been a long few years and I hope this social security legal stuff that weighs so heavy on me goes away and I can focus on my deteariating health. Im always in pain. Everyone, please say a prayer for me I need it. Thank you


Judge: Virginia M Robinson
1/16/2015 11:31:27 AM



On January 15, 2014 I had a hearing with this woman. First thing out of her mouth was " I see you are a dog breeder". I am going to make a long story short. I had gone in front of Judge Adams who brought it up because of an old face book page (had one litter). He denied me, and we refiled a new claim that was not suppose to be used, but she used it anyway. So when those words came out of her mouth, my Attorney's jaw dropped. So we finished up with the vocational woman saying that I could be a waitress. ( 10 lb weight limit, can't walk more that 10 minutes without a lot of pain). Then again back to the old case, and she said that I was 49 when I started this process, I am going to be 55 this year. She did this on purpose. My attorney filed for an appeal which should be coming up soon. He said that she committed reversible error by going outside the period at issueand cites testimony and documentary evidence from the previous decision to buttress the current decision, completing ignoring black letter law of res judicata and thereby committing reversible error. This is just a couple of things that happened, there is about 6 in total that she messed up. I have stated nothing but the truth in this statement, and have records to prove it. I see people on judge judy all the time on SSDI and they get it for the stupidest things! I have many issues and it's just not right.



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