Law Firm in San Diego, CA
ANTHONY J. DeLELLIS is the principal of DeLellis and Associates. He obtained his undergraduate degree in Political Science at Rutgers University and received a Jurist Doctorate from the University of San Diego Law School in 1981. Mr. DeLellis continued with his graduate education obtaining a Masters Degree in Business Administration from the USD School of Business in 1982. Mr. DeLellis became a member in nice standing of the California Bar Association at the age of 24 in 1981 and has been a member in nice standing ever since.
read morePlease note that I have joined with the firm of BENDER AND GRITZ. We continue to provide aggressive representation for our clients injuries and disabilities. To access the Bender and Gritz website please contact www.bendergritz.com. In choosing a Social Security Disability Lawyer or a Workers Compensation Lawyer, consider this: we have won more than 7,000 Social Security Disability and Workers Compensation Claims and have an excellent reputation. Our success rate is second to none and we will fight to obtain all of the benefits that you are entitled to.
Social Security Disability and
read moreWe are very proud to have helped so many of our clients obtain the benefits and medical coverage that they not only deserve but which they often times desperately need to survive. I am so very grateful to you for your assistance in presenting my case to the ODAR. I believe that your careful and professional preparation of my case contributed to the very favorable decision. I was surprised at how smoothly and easily the hearing was conducted. Mr. DeLellis, you and your staff are my angels. Thank you!
San Diego Social Security Disability
read moreWhat is the definition that Social Security uses for disability? A. According to the Social Security Act, "disability" is the "inability to engage in substantial gainful activity by reason of any medically determinable physical or mental impairment which can be expected to result in death or has lasted or can be expected to last for a continuous period of not less than 12 months." Q. What documents do I need to have to apply for Social Security disability? SPECIAL NOTE: If you are missing a document, don't delay signing up for Social Security disability.