In December 2015, the James Zadroga 9/11 Health and Compensation Act was renewed, making an additional $4.6 billion available to compensate responders, office workers, students, and downtown residents diagnosed with cancer or other illnesses.
The law extended the 9/11 Victim Compensation Fund for five years and the World Trade Center Health Program for 75 years.
Anyone who was exposed to dust, debris, or the toxic air and fumes in the area below Canal Street in Lower Manhattan, and who has been diagnosed with cancer, should find out if he or she is eligible for an award of compensation. The law limits the time to file a claim, so learn your rights today.
Borri Law Offices has 20 years experience with cancer claims and has obtained millions of dollars of awards for 9/11 victims with cancer.
Call 888.444.2336 today for a free consultation.
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