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Special Topic:
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Social Security Disability

June 21, 2024

with Special Guest

Adriana de la Torre (Co Founder –Tower Law Group)

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Adriana de la Torre 
(Co Founder, Tower Law Group)

Adriana’s practice focuses exclusively on representing individuals who have been denied Social Security benefits and must seek judicial review of the Social Security Administration’s decision in federal court. Adriana has extensive experience in litigating Social Security cases in the federal courts, where she zealously seeks to reverse the agency’s erroneous denial of 

benefits to claimants. Adriana continuously strives to provide the highest level of representation for her clients in court proceedings to ensure that their claims are adjudicated consistent with applicable statutes, agency regulations, and judicial precedent. Adriana has presented at several national conferences for the National Organization of Social Security Claimant 

Representatives (NOSSCR), including conferences in Denver, Miami, and Seattle. Adriana Adriana also served as a presenter at disability conferences sponsored by the Chicago Bar Association, 

the Orange County Bar Association, and the Indiana Continuing Legal Education Forum. In addition to her many speaking engagements, Adriana has authored several articles on Social Security Disability Law for the Indianapolis Bar Association and has participated in an episode of the National Association of Disability Representatives (NADR) Podcast. 

Prior to co-founding Tower Law Group in 2011 with her sister and law partner, Carina de la Torre, Adriana served as an Assistant Regional Counsel in the Social Security Administration’s Office of the General Counsel, Region V, Chicago. As an Assistant Regional Counsel, she defended the Agency in legal actions throughout federal courts in multiple states. During her tenure with the Agency, Adriana acquired a comprehensive knowledge of the Social Security Act, related federal and state statutes, regulations, Social Security Rulings, Agency interpretation of pertinent court decisions, and the court precedents in the Courts of Appeals for the Sixth, Seventh, and Eighth Circuits. She was also appointed Special Assistant United States Attorney to represent the Agency in various jurisdictions, including: Indiana, Illinois, Michigan, Ohio, Tennessee and Wisconsin. 

Court Admissions 

States: 

Illinois (2006) 

Florida (2020) 

Federal Appellate Courts: 

Supreme Court of the United States United States Court of Appeals, Sixth Circuit United States Court of Appeals, Seventh Circuit United States Court of Appeals, Eleventh Circuit 

US District Courts:

Illinois: Northern, Central, and Southern Districts. 

Indiana: Northern and Southern Districts. Wisconsin: Eastern and Western Districts. 

Michigan: Western District. 

Florida: Northern, Middle, and Southern Districts. 

Texas: Southern and Western Districts.

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