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The Milwaukee, Wisconsin Office of Disability Adjudication and Review (ODAR) has 14 different administrative law judges (ALJ) who conduct hearings.

  • In Milwaukee The average case processing time is 325 days.
  • In Milwaukee average for winning a Social Security Disability (SSD) or Supplemental Security Income (SSI) disability hearing is 38%.

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

Updated on Thursday, March 19, 2020.

310 West Wisconsin Avenue
Room 300W
Milwaukee, WI 53203

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(866) 495-0039
(414) 297-1993
(877) 486-2940
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Office Judges Average Processing Time Dispositions Per Day Per ALJ Cases Dismissed Cases Approved Cases Denied
Milwaukee, WI
14 325 days 1.82 22% 38% 40%
Wisconsin 324 days 1.87 19% 43% 38%
National Average 419 days 2.03 19% 44% 37%
Hearing Wait Time 10 months
Dispositions Per Day Per ALJ 1.82
Average Processing Time 325 days
Cases Pending 4809
Dispositions 59
Hearings In Person 65%
Video Hearings 35%
Full name Dismissed Approved Denied
Judge Bedwell, Brent C 22% 33% 45%
Judge Malloy, Timothy J 29% 25% 46%
Judge Messina, Christopher 19% 54% 27%
Judge O'Grady, Margaret J 31% 28% 41%
Judge Ritter, Wayne L 22% 21% 57%
Judge Shenkenberg, William 11% 50% 39%
Judge Berigan, Patrick 23% 46% 31%
Judge Kafkas, Peter 16% 39% 45%
Judge Parker, Guila 22% 35% 43%
Judge Gendreau, Chad 21% 43% 36%
Judge Rouf, Arman 19% 47% 34%
Judge Balter, Michael N 27% 39% 34%
Judge Syrjanen, Dean 19% 30% 51%
Judge Freyberg, Gary A 27% 45% 28%
Reviews about Judges at the MILWAUKEE hearing office:
To leave your own comment, select a judge from the list above and leave a comment on that judge's page.
Timothy J Malloy
Tuesday, March 17, 2020, 9:24 pm
Rhonda L Bower
This judge is beyond heartless. I have advanced multiple sclerosis, and cannot work more than four hours per shift at work. Even with such short hours, I become very tired and even have to sleep a lot more the following day to recover. He denied my case, with a lot of medical documentation. I am facing homelessness due to his decision. I cannot imagine how he could live with himself being so cold and unfeeling. He wrote a 14 page denial. He had his mind made up about my case before I even walked into the room. This judge needs to seriously be investigated.
Guila Parker
Monday, January 14, 2019, 4:07 pm
This judge is an evil piece of crap, she obviously cannot read or give credibility to the authority of medical practitioners who explicitly outlined disabling symptoms and impairments which prohibit me from being able to work and achieve less than 10% time off task, let alone any reasonable standard of productivity. Any imbecile who read the documents and the hundreds and hundreds of pages of medical records outlining all of the attempted and failed treatments would understand when a person has exhausted everything they can to attempt to get better and to be a functional member of society. I wouldn't have much faith if you end up in this courtroom of getting anything aside from gaslighting and abuse.
Brent C Bedwell
Monday, May 21, 2018, 3:53 am
Lesley Wolf
I found judge Brent Bedwell to be courteous, pleasant and respectful. He seems to be a man of honesty and true integrity. He listened intently and showed kindness and compassion. I truly appreciated the opportunity to tell my story in full without being rushed. His good natured demeanor put me at ease during my hearing. I fell very fortunate to have had such an experienced, professional and knowledgeable judge to appear before. Thank you judge Bedwell for taking the time to listen to me !
George D Roscoe
Friday, May 29, 2015, 12:40 pm
Michael Brunette
How do I go about starting a class action suit agaist Wayne Ritter, just like his dad Robert Ritter
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