New York ODAR Offices
The Office of Disability Adjudication and Review (ODAR) conducts Social Security Disability (SSD) hearings and Supplemental Security Income (SSI) hearings in 10 different offices in New York. Currently, in New York, the average wait time for a SSI or SSD hearing is 12.2 months. The average case processing time in New York is 416 days.The New York average for winning a disibility hearing is 50%. Click on one of the cities below to see detailed information about the hearing office and the administrative law judges (ALJ) that work there. This information for ODAR offices located in New York was last updated on 5/5/2014.
All new york12.2 months416 days1.82.050%31%National Average:12.1 months394 days2.019%44%38%
Per Day Per ALJ
|Albany||9||12.0 months||420 days||2.0||15%||58%||27%|
|Bronx||7||10.0 months||416 days||1.9||19%||46%||35%|
|Brooklyn||12||16.0 months||505 days||1.6||23%||53%||24%|
|Buffalo||14||13.0 months||462 days||1.2||22%||44%||33%|
|Jericho||8||11.0 months||328 days||2.0||12%||63%||25%|
|New York||11||12.0 months||363 days||2.2||21%||45%||34%|
|Queens||9||11.0 months||418 days||1.2||20%||56%||24%|
|Rochester||4||13.0 months||484 days||2.0||21%||49%||30%|
|Syracuse||10||13.0 months||390 days||1.9||25%||42%||33%|
|White Plains||8||11.0 months||383 days||1.7||20%||40%||40%|
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