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Hearing Office Database

GAO Study Reveals
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The New York, New York Office of Disability Adjudication and Review (ODAR) has 15 different administrative law judges (ALJ) who conduct hearings.

  • In New York The average case processing time is 458 days.
  • In New York average for winning a Social Security Disability (SSD) or Supplemental Security Income (SSI) disability hearing is 44%.

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

Updated on Wednesday, January 8, 2020.


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Office Judges Average Processing Time Dispositions Per Day Per ALJ Cases Dismissed Cases Approved Cases Denied
New York, NY
15 458 days 1.63 28% 44% 28%
New York 468 days 1.67 22% 45% 33%
National Average 419 days 2.02 20% 43% 37%
Hearing Wait Time 14 months
Dispositions Per Day Per ALJ 1.63
Average Processing Time 458 days
Cases Pending 2728
Dispositions 27
Hearings In Person 95%
Video Hearings 5%
Full name Dismissed Approved Denied
Judge Dunn, Barbara 22% 53% 25%
Judge Grossman, Seth I 29% 33% 38%
Judge Hockensmith, Mark 0% 100% 0%
Judge Kearns, James 35% 19% 46%
Judge Morgan, Aaron M 8% 27% 65%
Judge Penalver, Moises 26% 55% 19%
Judge Pizzuto, Marissa A 31% 55% 14%
Judge Reich, Gitel 25% 54% 21%
Judge Romeo, Lori 21% 45% 34%
Judge Sedaca, Joani 22% 62% 16%
Judge Solomon, Mark 30% 26% 44%
Judge Stagno, Linda A 34% 54% 12%
Judge Vecchio, Lucian A 36% 44% 20%
Judge Warner, Melissa 9% 34% 57%
Judge Suarez, Flor M 63% 14% 23%
Reviews about Judges at the NEW YORK hearing office:
To leave your own comment, select a judge from the list above and leave a comment on that judge's page.
Seth I Grossman
Friday, September 15, 2017, 2:52 pm
Jeff Willson
*****
He has a bias against all ssi claimants and should with hast be removed from adjudicating any further cases.
Laura S Havens
Monday, September 28, 2015, 11:09 pm
T. Willis
*****
He seemed to be a fair and honest judge. Very thorough in questioning. Will ask you to repeat if he does not understand you.
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