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The Billings, Montana Office of Disability Adjudication and Review (ODAR) has 10 different administrative law judges (ALJ) who conduct hearings.

  • In Billings The average case processing time is 454 days.
  • In Billings average for winning a Social Security Disability (SSD) or Supplemental Security Income (SSI) disability hearing is 34%.

The links below display detailed information on each Administrative Law Judge (ALJ) assigned to the Anchorage hearing office.

Updated on Monday, June 15, 2020.

2900 Fourth Avenue North, Suite 500
Billings, MT 59101

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Office Judges Average Processing Time Dispositions Per Day Per ALJ Cases Dismissed Cases Approved Cases Denied
Billings, MT
10 454 days 1.89 22% 34% 44%
Montana 436 days 1.96 18% 39% 43%
National Average 416 days 2.02 17% 45% 38%
Hearing Wait Time 13 months
Dispositions Per Day Per ALJ 1.89
Average Processing Time 454 days
Cases Pending 2980
Dispositions 11
Hearings In Person 52%
Video Hearings 48%
Full name Dismissed Approved Denied
Judge Boorady, Carol L 19% 34% 47%
Judge Dvarishkis, Tanya 24% 55% 21%
Judge Inama, Christopher R 28% 24% 48%
Judge Kelley, Michele M 21% 24% 55%
Judge Kilroy, Michael A 24% 34% 42%
Judge LaRiccia, Rebecca 14% 29% 57%
Judge Larsen, Hallie E 17% 44% 39%
Judge LeBlanc, Dennis 22% 40% 38%
Judge Marchioro, Stephen 25% 24% 51%
Judge Meyr, Gerald 16% 42% 42%
Judge O'Brien-Persons, Wynne 22% 40% 38%
Judge Opp, Richard A 8% 45% 47%
Judge Pico, Gerardo R 16% 50% 34%
Judge Ruth, Vicky 16% 44% 40%
Judge Willis, David 27% 33% 40%
Judge Wingate Campbell, Kelli 13% 44% 43%
Reviews about Judges at the BILLINGS hearing office:
To leave your own comment, select a judge from the list above and leave a comment on that judge's page.
Stephen Marchioro
Sunday, April 12, 2020, 12:56 pm
I know how others feel about the Judge. When my attorney and I got before the judge, my attorney messed up bad. We went into court, luckily I brought some documents. The judge saw them and gave me 21 days to get the up to date files. (It was judged idea) I got home and was able to help my case. I ended up sending the papers. A few weeks later Judge S. Marchioro sent his findings, It was very favorable to me. What I will say to those before him, don’t play games, don’t be dishonest. He is not the judge to do that with. I waited some time to get before him. I walked into his court, no cane no walker of which I have. I wear a stupid diaper, there are days I can’t do any thing. Then there are some I can work my garden or yard. I can’t drive myself safely, except in town. During this process remember as we did not ask to be sick, and he has to go through so many documents to make his informed decision. AGAIN be honest.
Stephen Marchioro
Friday, January 17, 2020, 9:00 am
Total asshat. Totally ignored blatant evidence. Made assumptions. Gave nice lip service, but was outright insulting in the denial letter. Made some insulting comments in that letter. Total jacka**.
Michele M Kelley
Wednesday, January 23, 2019, 10:34 am
otis johnson
her approval rate is less than half the national average is there no oversight
Michele M Kelley
Thursday, April 19, 2018, 9:32 am
Genevieve Mason
Disrespectful and no regards to your disability and pokes at you until she hears what she wants. Aggressive and mean. Makes faces at your answers. So you can tell kind of which way your hearing is going. she is as sour as a lemon.
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