Anne H Pate , Shreveport, Louisiana ODAR Office, Administrative Law Judge

For the 2012 *fiscal year, Judge Anne H Pate has disposed 356 cases at the Office of Disability Adjudication and Review (ODAR) in Shreveport, Louisiana. Out of those 356 dispostions, 55 were dismissed, 113 were approved and 188 were denied. This means that the percentage of dispositions that Judge Pate has approved in Shreveport for the 2012 fiscal year is 32%. The information below for Judge Anne H Pate was last updated on 6/11/2019.

Average statistics
Office*Fiscal YearTotal DispositionsTotal DecisionsTotal DenialsTotal AwardsCases
Shreveport 2011 33 26 8 18 21%55%24%
Fort Worth 2012 168 136 86 50 19%30%51%
Shreveport 2012 356 301 188 113 15%32%53%
Dallas Downtown 2013 12 12 4 8 0%67%33%
Fort Worth 2013 554 460 294 166 17%30%53%
Dallas Downtown 2014 15 13 10 3 13%20%67%
Fort Worth 2014 537 438 247 191 18%36%46%
Dallas North 2015 371 292 154 138 21%37%42%
Fort Worth 2015 251 229 139 90 9%36%55%
Dallas North 2016 539 438 233 205 19%38%43%
Dallas North 2017 591 455 216 239 23%40%37%
Dallas North 2018 309 253 160 93 18%30%52%
Dallas North 2019 398 331 177 154 17%39%44%
*The United States Government fiscal year is from October 1st - September 30th.
Anne H PateNo Stats for FY 2020
All ALJs in Shreveport Office 23% 35% 42%
All ALJs in Louisiana22%37%41%
All ALJs in the Nation20%42%38%
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Debra Nolan
Judge: Anne H Pate
2/24/2018 2:17:08 AM

Anne Pate heard my my daughter's case. My daughter has a fever back injury from a four car pile up. This was in 2011. She also has PTSD, severe depression as was documented. This judge determined that she could work for six hours in a day a job that allows her to sit no more than 30 minutes or stand no more than 30 minutes. This judge isn't here when I had to call the Georgia crisis help line because my daughter has been suicidal. Her sister come see her. She doesn't go see them. Plus she had that Alisha worked five months ago which isn't true. She hasn't worked at all since 2013. After the wreckless driver smashed us, she had been out of work since 2011. She tried to work again in 2013. Many times I had to pick her up because she couldn't do her job due to pain. How can a person pay for medical bills on 6 hours a day? Is that really gainfully employed?? The vocation expert said if she missed 3 days at the 3 types of jobs she could do, she would be terminated. That would really go well being fired all the time for a person with PTSD. Where is common sense? I hope Social security reads my daughter's file and see that this judge was dead wrong! Alisha has a problem in that she isn't dramatic. Yet people with PTSD are not as a rule. They fold in. I will continue to pay my daughter's medical bills because I want to keep her alive as social security doesn't care if she lives. I'm selling my house so I can care for her. My daughter suffers due to no fault of her own. Yet if she was an addict she would get the help she needs. . Not right. Spondolothesis Spondolsis, and loss of disc height is a joint. It's the most important bones in your body. Back bones hold the person up. Yet I'm here when she is in tears from the pain. Ms. Anne Pate is not. I was here all the times she thinks life isn't worth living. Imagine as a mother hearing that from your child. Yet just like the ***** that hit us and broke my back in two places, we as victims always suffer. Alisha's back is ruined and yet no justice from this judge.

Marshal Holiday
Judge: Anne H Pate
4/24/2014 2:20:19 PM

I believe that she is fair and really wants to help a person if they really need it she listens and puts a smile on her face she doesn't look all grumpy and mean she lets you know and feel that she also is human, And God has the last say. Thank you Judge Pate!! (smile)

Andrew Smith
Judge: Anne H Pate
1/9/2013 5:34:30 PM

Something needs to done about this woman seriously she gives the social security system a really bad name.

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