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Duty Disability From Florida’s Retirement System (FRS)

By Celeste Law Firm |

When can a Union Worker Can Receive Duty Disability Under Florida’s Retirement System? The Florida Retirement System (FRS) provides disability coverage to those enrolled in the FRS pension plan or investment plan when they are incapable of performing the essential duties of their employment as a result of an injury or illness that happened… Read More »


The Importance of a Special Needs Trust for SSI

By Celeste Law Firm |

Supplemental Security Income (SSI) benefits are a major part of millions of Americans’ lives, particularly those who have special needs. Qualifying for SSI benefits as a special needs recipient is much harder to accomplish than one may think, and part of that is making the financial cut set by the Social Security Administration. If… Read More »


What Does Date Last Insured (DLI) Mean?

By Celeste Law Firm |

Receiving disability is a vital part of millions of Americans’ lives. Currently, 10,450,000 Americans receive Social Security Disability Insurance (SSDI). However, successfully applying for and receiving these benefits can be complex, and being accepted into this program depends on a wide range of criteria. The date last insured (DLI) is the date before which… Read More »


Social Security Listings

By Celeste Law Firm |

What are Listings? Why are they Important? What Happens if I do Not Meet Them? If you have had any experience with the Social Security Administration (SSA), you know just how complex and convoluted it can be. One of the particularly confusing aspects of disability involves the SSA’s listings of impairments. These listings define… Read More »


Do I Need Homeowners’ Insurance?

By Celeste Law Firm |

If you have a mortgage with a bank, the lender will require that you purchase insurance to protect the home against fire, natural disasters, and other types of damage. Homeowners’ insurance can be purchased at a very low rate for beginning packages, and there is no reason that a homeowner should ever go without… Read More »


Mental Disorders and Social Security Benefits

By Celeste Law Firm |

Approximately 43.8 million Americans suffer from a mental disease, according to the National Alliance on Mental Illness. However, while one in five Americans suffers from a mental illness, only one in 25 suffer from an illness that substantially interferes with their major life activities. For these individuals, working may no longer be an option,… Read More »


Social Security and Evidence of Disorder of the Spine and Major Dysfunction of a Joint

By Celeste Law Firm |

If you have a spine injury or major dysfunction of a joint, you are not alone. In fact, according to World Spine Day, lower back pain is the leading cause disability worldwide. 80 percent of Americans will develop back pain at some point in their lives. Back pain is the leading cause of missed… Read More »


Working and Receiving SSD Benefits

By Celeste Law Firm |

Millions of Americans suffer from a disability. In fact, 40 million Americans have some sort of disability, according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC). This is not to say that all of these people are disabled from working. In fact, many disabled people, even those who are receiving Social Security Disability… Read More »


Substantial Gainful Activity

By Celeste Law Firm |

There are seemingly endless hoops to jump through for Social Security Disability applicants. One of the most important criteria is whether the disabled person is able to earn a living wage. In order to qualify, the applicant cannot be able to engage in Substantial Gainful Activity (SGA), which is further described below. For assistance… Read More »


Aid and Attendant Care

By Celeste Law Firm |

After a serious injury, it is not uncommon for an injured worker to rely on a home aid and attendant-care person to help him/her with activities of daily living (ADL’s). However, procuring these benefits can be difficult. If you were seriously injured on the job or became sick as a result of the work… Read More »

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