Only 14% of cases that the Appeals Council reviews are reversed. As a statistical matter, the odds of a case being reversed by the Appeals Council twice are an infinitesimal .0196%. However, those odds increase greatly when a decision of administrative law judge (“ALJ”) Seth Grossman is being reviewed.
ALJ Grossman has a very low approval rate, and a reputation for issuing biased decisions. As a result, I have filed extensive Complaints and requests for investigations pursuant to Social Security Ruling SSR 13-1 at the request of clients.
Yesterday, the Appeals Council reversed a decision by ALJ Grossman, for the second time. The Appeals Council determined that Grossman had committed fundamental errors yet again. Consequently, the Appeals Council ruled that it would be inappropriate for further review by ALJ Grossman, and ordered that the case be reassigned to another ALJ.Previous Next
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