David R. Mika is an attorney with Phillips Disability, P.C. He grew up in Chicago, Illinois. In 1974, Mr. Mika graduated from Lane Technical High School, a Chicago public school having about 8000 students. In 1977, Mr. Mika graduated from Roosevelt University in Chicago with a Bachelor of Science in Business Administration after receiving a full academic scholarship. Mr. Mika also graduated from John Marshall Law School in Chicago in 1980 and was admitted to the Illinois state bar that year. Shortly thereafter, Mr. Mika relocated to Arizona and was admitted to the Arizona state bar in 1983. Mr. Mika is admitted to the bar in federal district courts in Illinois and Arizona and to the federal Courts of Appeals for the Seventh and Ninth Circuits.
Over his career, Mr. Mika has practiced business law, civil litigation, personal injury law and, since 1992 has primarily practiced in the area of criminal defense. Mr. Mika joined Phillips & Associates Law Offices, P.C., in 1993, and has represented clients in many jury and nonjury trials and administrative hearings. Mr. Mika is married to a former fellow law school student who is an administrative law judge in Phoenix, Arizona. Mr. Mika has two adult children. Mr. Mika now enjoys helping people obtain social security and other disability benefits and believes his many years of experience in jury and nonjury trials and administrative hearings make him extremely qualified to handle your hearing.