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Triangle Shirtwaist Factory Fire Memorial and Scholarship

For nearly two decades, the TSFFM has provided academic scholarships for the children of workers who were permanently disabled or died as the result of occupational injuries and illnesses.To be eligible for a TSFFM scholarship you must be nominated by a school official and meet the following criteria:Is a resident of New York State enrolled in an accredited program in higher education at a New York State public or private institution;Is in good academic standing;Demonstrates financial need; [...]

The PACT Act and your VA benefitsThe PACT Act is a new law that expands VA health care and benefits for Veterans exposed to burn pits and other toxic substances. This law helps us provide generations of Veterans—and their survivors—with the care and benefits they’ve earned and deserve.This page ( will help answer your [...]


          Happy 62nd birthday! You worked hard your whole life to finally achieve this moment – you can now elect to start receiving Social Security retirement benefits from the Social Security Administration (SSA). But wait, even though you can now start collecting Social Security retirement benefits, should you instead wait until you reach your full retirement age so you can obtain a higher monetary benefit for the rest of your life?        [...]

Community Involvement

March 25, 2022
Community Involvement

Whether it is to our clients, or our community, giving back is part of our everyday Mission at the Law Firm of Alex Dell, PLLC.  We are proud to be a part of All Faiths Foodbank in Sarasota, Florida. 

Congratulations to Attorney Ed Obertubbesing

      Sunday, December 13, 2021 Ed was inducted into the College of the Workers' Compensation Lawyers. The College is a select, nationwide group of attorneys and judges who have distinguished themselves as a leader in the field of Workers' Compensation for more than 20 years. Attorney Alex Dell, and Attorney Jason Silva joined Ed on this very special night to celebrate his accomplishment. Great work Ed!