Dean Andrew Dellinger is a Partner with Drew Eckl & Farnham. He counsels businesses, TPAs, insurers, and self-insurers throughout Georgia. He represents his clients through all aspects of workers' compensation claims from the trial level through the appellate process. He has extensive experience mitigating exposure related to Medicare Set Asides (MSAs) and associated compliance issues.
Mr. Dellinger is well-versed with businesses in the trucking industry, health care providers, manufacturers, retailers, employee leasing companies and the hospitality industry. He works closely with Risk Managers, Human Resources Managers, Third Party Administrators (TPAs), and Claims Adjusters to resolve and close files quickly and efficiently.
Mr. Dellinger is a frequent speaker on Workers' Compensation for clients and organizations. He enjoys fly-fishing, swimming, and spending time with his wife and two daughters.
Campbell University, J.D., 2005
University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, B.A., 2000
All Georgia State and Federal Courts
All North Carolina State and Federal Courts
Georgia Court of Appeals
Georgia Supreme Court
USDC Northern Distric
State Bar of Georgia
American Bar Association
Transportation Lawyers Association
Atlanta Bar Association
Related News, Publications & Presentations
“Employment Law Considerations: ADA, FMLA, Age Discrimination, Union Rights.” ICLE January 21, 2016, ADR In the Workers Compensation Arena, co-authored and presented.
“Help! I’ve Fallen…and I Can’t Work!: Dealing with the Aging Work Force.” Georgia SBWC 2014 Regional Education Series. Co-Authored and presented topic covering employment law issues related to the aging work force.
“Comorbidities On The Rise” Dean Delllinger. Georgia SBWC Annual Education Conference, August 27, 2013. Presented on the topic of Comorbidities: medical complications, costs, and claims handling.
“Bradley v. Sebelius – A Victory In The Fight Against Medicare Conditional Payments.” Dean A. Dellinger. Drew Eckl & Farnham Journal, Vol. 23, No. 133. January 2011.
“Mcrae v. Arby’s: What It Does and Does Not Mean.” Dean A. Dellinger. Drew Eckl & Farnham Journal, Vol. 23, No. 138. November 2011.