The data here, covering fiscal years 2005 through 2008, can be searched three ways.
By state -- State agencies make the first decisions in disability cases. Those who are denied by their state can then appeal their case to a federal administrative law judge in a Social Security hearing office.
By hearing office -- Disability cases are considered in Social Security's hearing offices nationwide. Claimants are entitled to a face-to-face hearing, but many cases are conducted by video teleconference.
By judge -- Denial rates and workloads vary widely among the judges.