Tony Adderley, Esq.
Tony Adderley is an attorney that has been working as a professional advocate for individuals entitled to Social Security Disability (SSD) and worker’s compensation since 1993. As a Social Security attorney he has handled a variety of different cases for a variety of different clients all with their own unique sets of injuries and circumstances.
In addition to helping out with initial application filing, Tony Adderley and his trusted team can also provide legal representation for individuals who might be entitled to coverage and benefits but who have already been denied by either the Social Security Administration (SSA) – or any other program such as the supplemental security income (SSI) program.
Unlike many attorneys who only help clients with application paperwork, Social Security attorney Tony Adderley is also a trial advocate who can represent his clients in both administrative hearings and court, if a claimant is repeatedly denied coverage. When he believes in the merits of a case, Tony Adderley will pursue the benefits which his clients are entitled to with dogged determination and diligence.
Attorney Anthony Adderley fighting for those denied Social Security and Workers’ Compensation since 1993.
Tony Adderley is an attorney that has represented disabled Social Security disability claimants since 1993. He has also successfully helped claimants in worker’s compensation and personal injury. Now his practice is exclusively representing Social Security disability and SSI disability claims.
Attorney Adderley is a military veteran. He has represented disabled clients and attended hearings throughout California, Nevada and other states.
The Law Offices of Tony Adderley represent Social Security claimants at all levels of application and Administrator appeals. The firm also represents clients in federal district court in lawsuits against Social Security for unfairly denied benefits.
License and Admitted to Practice:
- CA – Active, 2005
- California bar – since 2007
- U. S. District Court; Central District of California
- Workers’ Compensation
- Health Care & Social
- Social Security
- Social Security Disability
- Pacific Coast University School of Law