Administrative Law Judge (ALJ): Roscoe, George D. Facebook Like Google+ Share


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Disability Judge Roscoe Summary

Roscoe, George D. is an Administrative Law Judge (ALJ) who adjudicates Social Security Disability Insurance (SSDI) and Supplemental Security Income (SSI) claims. This disability judge's most recent reported decision was in 08/2016 at the Office of Disability Adjudication and Review (ODAR) located in Cleveland, OH. Since 08/2011, this ALJ has adjudicated or decided 1,830 disability claims, of which 732 were adjudicated favorably - that is, disability benefits were granted in 40.0% of these claims. Select "Monthly Detail" to show adjudication trends for this ALJ on a monthly basis.

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Judge was biased. Did not seem to ask proper questions that would give greater detail to your case. Asked current pain level but not as to how it changed from day to day. You go in looking presentable and he thinks you have no problem with your personal hygiene. Does not ask questions to get the full picture of what you are dealing with. Assuming you can do things that he didn't ask if you can. The hearing felt rushed and was a very stressful situation. I studied up on what to expect at the hearing and it was nothing like demonstrated online. Not very happy with how my case is being handled. He has a very small percentage of cases that he approves. I left my hearing feeling very bad. Kind of like I knew what the outcome would be. This system is designed to intimidate claimants. They want you to just give up.

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