Springfield Ma, Massachusetts ODAR Office

At the Office of Disability Adjudication and Review (ODAR) in Springfield Ma, Massachusetts, 7 different administrative law judges (ALJ) conduct Social Security Disability (SSD) hearings and Supplemental Security Income (SSI) hearings. Currently, in Springfield Ma, the average wait time for a SSI or SSD hearing is 13.0 months. The average case processing time in Springfield Ma is 411 days.The Springfield Ma average for winning a SSI or SSD disibility hearing is 46%. Click on the name of one of the ALJs below to see detailed information about their hearing results. This information for the Springfield Ma ODAR office was last updated on 5/19/2016.

Average statistics
OfficeJudgesAvg. Hearing
Wait Time
Average
Processing Time
Dispositions
Per Day Per ALJ
Cases
Dismissed
Cases
Approved
Cases
Denied
Springfield Ma 7 13.0 months 411 days 2.3 19% 46% 35%
Massachusetts14.7 months452 days2.020%45%35%
National Average:15.9 months510 days1.920%44%37%
AVERAGE TIME
Hearing Wait Time: 13.00 months
Dispositions Per Day Per ALJ 2.26
Average Processing Time 411 days
Cases Pending 3657
Dispositions 1476
New Cases 1786
Hearings In Person 79%
Video Hearings 21%
LIST OF JUDGES / 18

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Judge: Peter J Martinelli
4/7/2016 10:59:33 AM



This judge is scarey he was screaming at my lawyer for no reason I was afraid he was going to lunge on my lawyer it was a scarey scene. He anger management for sure he is a phsyco.


Judge: Brian LeCours
12/2/2015 2:48:37 PM



I thought he was kind, direct and to the point. I feel like I may not have provided all information to him that I wanted to. But overall I was content and don't honk someone else would have been better

Wendy Ruff
Judge: Addison C Masengill
7/27/2015 7:44:47 AM





Wendy Ruff
Judge: Addison C Masengill
7/27/2015 7:44:30 AM



direct but not Harsh, He took all my testimony into consideration let me say what I wanted to say,I was nervous but still felt comfortable to say what I needed to say.


Judge: Penny Loucas
10/3/2014 7:38:50 AM



BRILLIANT..Judge Loucus has figured out a way to determine the differences between..Educated Pain and Non.Educated Pain - Educated Mental Illness and Non.Educated Mental Illness - Educated Disabilities and Non. Educated Disabilities. BRAVO


Judge: Penny Loucas
10/2/2014 11:33:34 PM



Excellent skills in picking apart the information presented in order to make facts appear meaningless...Powerful


Judge: Penny Loucas
8/5/2014 12:21:28 PM



Judge Loucas is very knowledgeable about the law concerning disability. She looks and asks you about your complete work and medical histories. Your lawyer needs to be very prepared to countering and follow her logic of applying the laws to your case. If you can do ANY type of work, you will not prevail in her courtroom.


Judge: Penny Loucas
7/10/2014 2:21:50 PM



THIS JUDGE IS INSANE. IS THERE A WAY TO GIVE A NEGATIVE RATING? ARROGANT, DISHONEST, MISGUIDED


Judge: Brian LeCours
1/30/2013 7:38:11 PM



Very dismissive! Rude and harsh. His mind is made up before the hearing.


Judge: Kim K Griswold
1/14/2013 10:13:40 AM



I do not care for Kim K. Griswald, as she does not care for me. Yes, I have used substances throughout the years, probably because of my condition. My only hope to make it in this world was social security income, and now that's shattered. She grilled me on my marijuana use, and honestly that stuff HELPS me, and I know this, because I'm me. It's 2013, and I just got my decision of unfavorable. Thanks Kim

Asdrubel Martinez
Judge: Penny Loucas
9/7/2012 12:08:41 PM



Good luck

james mccarey
Judge: Leonard J Cooperman
4/4/2012 6:02:20 AM



this gental man was just that. very understanding tough but for the right reasons... judge cooperman went trew all the papaer work very inteligent and becouse of him i can start my new beging.


Judge: Peter J Martinelli
3/26/2012 6:21:51 PM