Bryan Henry , Colorado Springs, Colorado ODAR Office, Administrative Law Judge

For the 2019 *fiscal year, Judge Bryan Henry has disposed 393 cases at the Office of Disability Adjudication and Review (ODAR) in Colorado Springs, Colorado. Out of those 393 dispostions, 89 were dismissed, 103 were approved and 201 were denied. This means that the percentage of dispositions that Judge Henry has approved in Colorado Springs for the 2019 fiscal year is 26%. The information below for Judge Bryan Henry was last updated on 6/11/2019.

Average statistics
Office*Fiscal YearTotal DispositionsTotal DecisionsTotal DenialsTotal AwardsCases
Colorado Springs 2017 150 118 63 55 21%37%42%
Colorado Springs 2018 178 127 70 57 29%32%39%
Colorado Springs 2019 393 304 201 103 23%26%51%
*The United States Government fiscal year is from October 1st - September 30th.
Bryan HenryNo Stats for FY 2020
All ALJs in Colorado Springs Office 21% 29% 51%
All ALJs in Colorado20%36%44%
All ALJs in the Nation20%42%38%
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Penny Best
Judge: Bryan Henry
3/25/2020 12:01:46 PM

I want to apologize to Judge Henry for speaking so abrupt, I was frustrated, and angry. It has been a grand ordeal all that I have been going through and to be denied was just so sad for me that my depression worsened, and I felt like no one cared. I'm sorry for saying the things I did, I meant no great disrespect. I do understand the about of stress and pressure you must feel. And I do know as a former Paralegal there are many cases that should not even be allowed to waste SSA's time in processing. I know you are just doing your job. I hope you accept my apology. Thank you. Stay safe and healthy.

Penny Lane Best
Judge: Bryan Henry
9/24/2019 9:54:32 AM

Judge Henry is focusing more on what Social Security would want him to do than what he should be doing as a impartial judge. He has made more mistakes, and not any more than Judges elsewhere, they have all been warned, I'm sure to not really accept other disabilities than those that are completely dire, and keep denying others that aren't visually dire and forcing them to reapply. I think he's trying to use his own weeding out method, unfortunately what is happening is that he's missing the mark. I should not have been denied. I know this. He made mistakes, many. Now, here I sit in a wheelchair with massive back injuries after a fall AGAIN that broke both my legs and have nerve pinched in spine or nerve damage in my legs. You see they were only looking at what my Doctors were say, yet how many times we all know our doctors aren't now correctly putting into our medical records what we say and are discussing with them. There is something now right about healthcare, some deep in the core of it. The government we voted in is corrupt, no doubt, and the judicial system is the same, which includes federal departments. I speak this and type while my hands are burning and aching from arthritis and carpal tunnel, because Judge Henry's mistake on only accepting what doctors thinks is like telling a Murder suspect is free to go because there wasn't anything written in their file. Hmmm, let's think about that. Maybe they never got caught.... Look, personally, I'm sure he is a fine man, however our lives are in the hands of these Judges who don't see between the line. I loose my balance anywhere any time and fall and break bones. That is just the outcome of my medical conditions. My spine is ready to give out. I've been work hard since I was 13 yrs old. I know it's because denying us means they do not have to put our for back pay. Think about it. If ALL of us were approved who right deserve it and we've been fighting and appeal for 2-4 yrs; that's a lot of money...Yeah I was so upset I chopped all my hair off...I got so depressed that just a few days ago I'm finally coming out of it and my hearing was in May...

Judge: Bryan Henry
10/5/2018 10:53:09 AM

This judge is rude and doesn't let you or your attorney speak I have not been able to work for four years, he has a bad judgement.

Judge: Bryan Henry
9/10/2018 3:32:58 PM

Who knew that recurrent breast cancer resulting in a bilateral mastectomy is not a condition likely to cause more than a minimal impact on a person's ability to work a job? Why, Judge Bryan Henry, that's who. You can't even accept that recurrent bilateral breast cancer is a severe impairment? A double mastectomy? Just work through that stuff, eh?

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