Elizabeth B Dunlap , Huntington, West Virginia ODAR Office, Administrative Law Judge

For the 2011 *fiscal year, Judge Elizabeth B Dunlap has disposed 229 cases at the Office of Disability Adjudication and Review (ODAR) in Huntington, West Virginia. Out of those 229 dispostions, 46 were dismissed, 135 were approved and 48 were denied. This means that the percentage of dispositions that Judge Dunlap has approved in Huntington for the 2011 fiscal year is 59%. The information below for Judge Elizabeth B Dunlap was last updated on 6/11/2019.

Average statistics
Office*Fiscal YearTotal DispositionsTotal DecisionsTotal DenialsTotal AwardsCases
Huntington 2010 37 34 6 28 8%76%16%
Huntington 2011 229 183 48 135 20%59%21%
Shreveport 2011 158 129 56 73 18%46%35%
Shreveport 2012 481 418 219 199 13%41%46%
Shreveport 2013 444 372 212 160 16%36%48%
Dallas North 2014 146 93 32 61 36%42%22%
Shreveport 2014 297 272 180 92 8%31%61%
Dallas North 2015 427 332 135 197 22%46%32%
Dallas North 2016 462 354 173 181 23%39%37%
Dallas North 2017 492 389 172 217 21%44%35%
Dallas North 2018 223 182 85 97 18%43%38%
Dallas North 2019 372 299 124 175 20%47%33%
*The United States Government fiscal year is from October 1st - September 30th.
Elizabeth B DunlapNo Stats for FY 2020
All ALJs in Huntington Office 15% 35% 50%
All ALJs in West Virginia18%43%39%
All ALJs in the Nation20%42%38%
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Judge: Elizabeth B Dunlap
2/25/2020 4:43:32 PM

I went before her, very recently. She was initially friendly and then immediately became condescending when she began questioning me. I was filing for permanent disability due to major depression and bipolar disorder. About the only questions she asked me about (and she made sure she made a big deal about it) was some mission trips and vacation trips. I believe she already had her decision before I ever walked in the door. She asked the job expert if I could physically work at a job assembling nuts/bolts or being a garment bagger. The expert said yes. That was it for her. Then my rep asked the expert if I could retain either of those jobs if I missed an average of four days a month. The expert said no. I very much felt like she had discounted me and saw me as someone trying to work the system before I ever walked through the door. I will be requesting a copy of the audio recording of my hearing upon my appeal.

Ramona Barlow Anglin
Judge: Elizabeth B Dunlap
8/20/2019 3:06:18 PM

I won partial disability after a federal remand. I'm not over my illnesses, none of them I cry in pain daily. I struggle sleepingm I actually recently found out from a neurologist that I have small fiber neuropathy that led to a lot of my fibromyalgia illness, plus 60% hereditary from my mom. I was in a car accident in 97 he thinks the neuropathy started then that's when my migraines started. I was forced to try to go back to work and failed to as my job was threatened by my employers, but this judge felt I was better for some reason. My impression of her was she understood, but after reading her report she did not understand at all. Saying someone is better as they have an asthma attack in the court room and because they try to do something and you found that they would not be able to do this either should not put them partially disability. But fully. Unfortunately I will not keep fighting I'm out of points I will just have to wait until retirement comes. But its unfortunate we pay into a system so broken it helps people who never pay into it, then those of us who cant get as my neurologist puts it energy into the cell and that fibromyalgia recognized in 2012 counted as severe by "my rheumatologist " who knew me who not only saw me but emailed me about my symptoms and my multiple other doctors and two other rheumatologist who saw me. I have other Autoimmune it takes years to figure out yet you still had it back in 2017 I tried to explain it nobody hears your pain and suffering, your fatigue nobody gets it until they have it, or know someone with it as bad as you have it. The stuff listed isn't near as bad as my fibromyalgia, neuropathy, and autoimmune stuff other than my asthma. Sad bc I liked her disposition. But maybe the surgery amplified all this the neurologist said. It's sad you cant get help. But neuropathy is disabling. And nobody listens.

Judge: Elizabeth B Dunlap
8/20/2018 10:06:27 PM

Can anyone tell if this judge is fair

Judge: Elizabeth B Dunlap
8/20/2018 9:55:17 PM

How is this judge it's been almost 5 months and no answer is she a good judge

Judge: Elizabeth B Dunlap
7/23/2018 10:00:50 PM

We were before her twice. She denied first case. Appeals council remanded because she had not considered the opinion of a renowned specialist at Baylor. She really had a attitude at the second hearing. This time, the Appeals Council remanded again and sent her a very detailed list of errors she had made that were not in accordance with social security laws and procedure. So, I would have to say she is not as well versed in SSI law as others have said. This time they remanded to another ALJ because of all her screw ups.

Judge: Elizabeth B Dunlap
5/6/2016 9:09:32 AM


Judge: Elizabeth B Dunlap
3/16/2016 7:28:18 PM

Very patient and professional...does not let reps ramble, but was very on point and in charge during the hearings I had before her...

Kami Nedbalek Attorney at Law
Judge: Elizabeth B Dunlap
8/8/2015 3:08:45 PM

Judge Dunlap is one of, if not the, very best ALJ's. Her knowledge of Social Security Disability law is amazing, and she is patient, kind, professional, and willing to provide extra time to complete the record--even to order a post-hearing consultative examination. When my clients are fortunate enough to be assigned to her, I tell them they have the best. I've even gone so far as to say that I probably will not appeal her decision, because it probably will be right. I'm shocked to read that anyone would think negatively of her.

Judge: Elizabeth B Dunlap
5/23/2015 11:50:31 AM

This judge does base her decisions on her personal opinions and assumed facts. She will not take the time to recieve all of the information to make an accurate decisions.

Judge: Elizabeth B Dunlap
6/13/2014 8:29:59 AM

Terrible person and a worse ALJ. Didn't consider the medical evidence at all, based her "judgement" on her opinions only! Horrible!

Judge: Elizabeth B Dunlap
2/7/2013 7:11:33 AM

Sweetest tater in the patch.

Judge: Elizabeth B Dunlap
1/26/2013 11:04:12 AM

She does know it all and you better be prepared or she will eat your lunch.

Judge: Elizabeth B Dunlap
7/25/2012 8:35:03 AM

She is nice to the Claimant's which is most important but is extremely arrogant and think she knows it all.

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