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The Nashville, Tennessee Office of Disability Adjudication and Review (ODAR) has 12 different administrative law judges (ALJ) who conduct hearings.

  • In Nashville The average case processing time is 410 days.
  • In Nashville average for winning a Social Security Disability (SSD) or Supplemental Security Income (SSI) disability hearing is 54%.

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

Updated on Thursday, March 19, 2020.


221 Cumberland Bend
Nashville, TN 37228-1803

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(877) 583-4103
(615) 736-2175
(877) 847-1598
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Office Judges Average Processing Time Dispositions Per Day Per ALJ Cases Dismissed Cases Approved Cases Denied
Nashville, TN
12 410 days 2.11 16% 54% 30%
Tennessee 387 days 2.25 18% 48% 34%
National Average 419 days 2.03 19% 44% 37%
Hearing Wait Time 13 months
Dispositions Per Day Per ALJ 2.11
Average Processing Time 410 days
Cases Pending 2617
Dispositions 37
Hearings In Person 61%
Video Hearings 39%
Full name Dismissed Approved Denied
Judge Anderson, Michael D 0% 0% 100%
Judge Andrews - Turner, Renee S 14% 61% 25%
Judge Collins, Steven 21% 36% 43%
Judge Ettinger, David A 14% 51% 35%
Judge Gregori, Frank L 21% 52% 27%
Judge Pietrangelo, Angele 13% 52% 35%
Judge Shimer, Scott C 0% 83% 17%
Judge Taylor, William F 18% 72% 10%
Judge Thompson, Michelle 24% 58% 18%
Judge Martin, Robert 17% 44% 39%
Judge Thomas, Jennifer B 0% 56% 44%
Judge Morholt, Neil 0% 33% 67%
Reviews about Judges at the NASHVILLE hearing office:
To leave your own comment, select a judge from the list above and leave a comment on that judge's page.
Robert Martin
Thursday, March 22, 2018, 8:09 am
Keya
*****
He was very nice and fair. He asked me questions and listened to everything that I said. Besides my attorney being late he did not let that affect his mood. I'm waiting on my decision but he was a very nice judge. I would recommend for anyone to go in front of him because he's a very caring and kind person.
Brian Dougherty
Wednesday, March 29, 2017, 5:45 pm
Jaime
*****
JUDGE Dougherty is thoughtful, educated and reviews medical evidence carefully.
Verley J Spivey
Sunday, July 26, 2015, 6:08 am
T
*****
It has taken me from the year 2012 to 2015 to calm down from the reasoning This Judge gave me a partial approval. She is not medically knowledgeable. She used data from a SSAN Dr. for 2011. By the hearing date my disability had worsened. She was biased because I am a Veteran and receive 100% total and permanent disability. She made a mockery out of the statemebts written by my Board Certified Oral Surgeon and my Psychiatric provider. She said they were not creditable. She based herdecision on an ongoing Infection and said that after it had healed I could work as a janitor. I am a R.N. unable to work in that field even though she agreed I could not work as a R.N. HER REASONING FOR A PARTIALLY FAVORABLE DECISION WAS ALL OVER THE PLACE. I TRULY BELIEVE THIS JUDGE FELT SINCE I RECEIVED VA BENEFITS. And lastly look at her disapproval rate. 71% so dar 2015. Wow. Do you think she is a fair judge. I think not. I pity anyone who has to go before this judge. I am thinking of filing my claim as my original case has worsened tremendously. But, if I have to meet with Judge S. Smith, I will walk out of the building and never look back. She is a total wreck!
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