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The Merchantville, New Jersey Office of Disability Adjudication and Review (ODAR) has 13 different administrative law judges (ALJ) who conduct hearings.

  • In Merchantville The average case processing time is 486 days.
  • In Merchantville average for winning a Social Security Disability (SSD) or Supplemental Security Income (SSI) disability hearing is 49%.

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

Updated on Wednesday, January 8, 2020.

2475 McClellan Blvd
Merchantville, NJ 08109

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Office Judges Average Processing Time Dispositions Per Day Per ALJ Cases Dismissed Cases Approved Cases Denied
Merchantville, NJ
13 486 days 2.33 18% 49% 33%
New Jersey 459 days 1.98 19% 47% 34%
National Average 419 days 2.02 20% 43% 37%
Hearing Wait Time 15 months
Dispositions Per Day Per ALJ 2.33
Average Processing Time 486 days
Cases Pending 3985
Dispositions 34
Hearings In Person 99%
Video Hearings 1%
Full name Dismissed Approved Denied
Judge Cerulli, Nicholas 16% 49% 35%
Judge Hockensmith, Mark 17% 29% 54%
Judge Lisewski, Nancy 21% 36% 43%
Judge Nagle, Kim Soo 0% 100% 0%
Judge Shellhamer, Daniel N 23% 54% 23%
Judge Shelton, Karen 16% 52% 32%
Judge Timm, Frederick 12% 62% 26%
Judge Hibner, Lisa 15% 47% 38%
Judge Moore, Trina 19% 44% 37%
Judge Campbell, John 22% 46% 32%
Judge Pustizzi, Jennifer 21% 33% 46%
Judge Varillo, Kimberly 16% 68% 16%
Judge Hibner Olson, Lisa 18% 43% 39%
Reviews about Judges at the SOUTH JERSEY hearing office:
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Marguerite Toland
Wednesday, June 20, 2018, 8:37 am
Brenda Schultz
Judge toland was very caring observant and professional during the hearing. My hearing was on April 5th 2018 in Pennsauken New Jersey. I understand the case loads are high and that judges wear multiple hats indifferent Court. When I lost my home last summer sold what I had and bought a used RV for my son and I to at least have a roof over our head I bought it as is. I was unaware that it would include aunts and fleas. This is the second Campground we have lived in since the life of living in an RV. There's an awning on our RV but it's in rough shape the campground has told us to replace it or remove it. I was recently donated a used electric scooter so that my son and I could be more mobile. My SUV does not have a hitch so I need a hitch receiver and I need a ramp for the back of my car to carry it. All of these things cost money of which I do not have. This has not been an easy time for us and I understand your job is not easy on you either. I know every person must have their own hardship and I know some are worse than others. But all the medical information was provided to my attorney and in turn provided to you and the evidence was the same as the first time I applied on my own and was denied. The difference between then and now is the RSD continue to spread causing difficulty walking and everything else that most people take for granted. I await hearing from you on a decision. Please understand it is not that I want to be a bother because I feel like I am to everyone around me daily but losing your Mobility and way of life that you were accustomed to is also difficult. And having my 34 year old son assist me with bathing and fixing my bra under my shirt is not the job he should have and not one I am comfortable of giving him. Have a blessed day and hope to hear from you soon sincerely Brenda Jean Schultz
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