Millions of Dollars Recovered for our 9/11 Cancer Clients…

$1,338,000.00 for Wall Street executive with disabling lung cancer, exposed to dust at the World Financial Center following the 9/11 terrorist attacks;

$1,315,000.00 for Lower Manhattan restaurant worker with disabling sarcoma, caught in the dust cloud following the 9/11 terrorist attacks;

$1,023,000.00 for Lower Manhattan financial industry worker with disabling respiratory disease, exposed to dust working in Lower Manhattan in the months following the 9/11 terrorist attacks;

$1,011,000.00 for FDNY firefighter with disabling respiratory conditions, exposed to dust at Ground Zero;

$1,010,000.00 for court officer working in Downtown Manhattan suffering from ovarian cancer due to exposure to toxic dust from the collapse of the World Trade Center Towers;

$704,000.00 for lung cancer and death of student attending BMCC in fall of 2001 following the September 11, 2001, attacks;

$700,000.00 recovered for family of a downtown resident stricken by neuroendocrine cancer caused by the 9/11 terrorist attacks;

$678,000.00 for an AT&T employee working in an office in Lower Manhattan who was diagnosed and disabled by breast cancer and respiratory conditions as a result of exposure to dust from the 9/11 terrorist attacks;

$674,000.00 for the family of a technology worker who spent much time in Chinatown in Lower Manhattan after the 9/11 attacks;

$634,000.00 for a fixed income broker working in the financial industry in Lower Manhattan at the time of and after the 9/11 attacks;

$599,000.00 for downtown (Battery Park City) resident, stricken with bladder cancer and COPD, and later passed away;

$561,000.00 for the family of a Lower Manhattan bank worker who passed away from multiple myeloma;

$556,000.00 for the family of a manager at the New York State Liquidation Bureau at William Street who was diagnosed with and passed away from bladder cancer;

$544,000.00 for a bank worker diagnosed and disabled by breast cancer;

$514,000.00 recovered for an airman in New York Air National Guard deployed to Ground Zero as a medic as part of the September 11, 2001, recovery effort, who was subsequently diagnosed with and died from esophageal cancer;

$512,000.00 award for financial worker stricken by tonsil cancer due to exposure to toxic dust from the collapse of the World Trade Center towers following the September 11, 2001 terrorist attacks;

$508,000.00 recovered for a downtown resident and worker diagnosed breast, multiple myeloma and thyroid cancer;

$497,000.00 recovered for a Red Cross volunteer at Ground Zero later stricken by adrenocortical cancer caused by the 9/11 terrorist attacks;

$491,000.00 for family of downtown resident and worker stricken by lung cancer due to exposure to toxic dust from the collapse of the World Trade Center Towers following the 9/11 terrorist attacks;

$474,000.00 award for maintenance worker stricken by bladder cancer and prostate cancer;

$463,000.00 recovered for a downtown office worker later stricken with brain cancer;

$401,000.00 for a downtown worker stricken with brain cancer after exposure to dust and debris while working downtown in the weeks and months following the collapse of the World Trade Center towers on 9/11;

$400,000.00 award for office worker stricken by bladder cancer due to exposure to toxic dust from the collapse of the World Trade Center towers following the September 11, 2001 terrorist attacks;

$368,000.00 recovered for a downtown office worker stricken with lymphoid leukemia due to the September 11, 2001, terrorist attacks;

$354,000.00 recovered for a Sergeant Army National Guard (New York) at Ground Zero stricken by tongue and prostate cancer caused by the 9/11 terrorist attacks;

$340,000.00 for a downtown resident diagnosed with acute myeloid leukemia, a myeloproliferative disorder, blood cancer and skin cancer caused by dust and debris created by the 9/11 terrorist attacks;

$340,000.00 recovered for a downtown office worker diagnosed with kidney and skin cancers due to the September 11, 2001, terrorist attacks;

$275,000.00 recovered for a first responder working on the pile and in the bucket brigade who was later stricken with thyroid cancer;

$250,000.00 recovered for a downtown office worker diagnosed with prostate cancer because of exposure to toxic dust and smoke from the burning pile of debris at Ground Zero;

$250,000.00 for a downtown worker stricken with lung cancer after being caught in the dust cloud caused by the collapse of the World Trade Center towers on 9/11;

$250,000.00 for a downtown worker stricken with lung cancer after being caught in the dust cloud caused by the collapse of the World Trade Center towers on 9/11;

$250,000.00 recovered for a downtown resident and construction worker stricken by tongue cancer caused by the 9/11 terrorist attacks;

$250,000.00 recovered for a downtown worker stricken by multiple myeloma caused by the 9/11 terrorist attacks;

$250,000.00 recovered for a downtown resident stricken with breast cancer due to the September 11, 2001, terrorist attacks;

$250,000.00 recovered for a downtown office worker diagnosed with head and neck cancer due to the September 11, 2001, terrorist attacks;

$250,000.00 for a downtown office worker caught in the initial dust cloud after the towers fell on 9/11 and subsequently diagnosed with thyroid cancer;

$250,000.00 recovered for a downtown office worker stricken by myelodysplastic syndrome, a rare blood cancer, due to the September 11, 2001, terrorist attacks;

$250,000.00 for a construction worker diagnosed with non-Hodgkin lymphoma after he cleaned up wreckage and debris at the Bankers Trust building across the street from the World Trade Center disaster site.

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Proven Results
$1,315,000.00 Award for Lower Manhattan restaurant worker with sarcoma, caught in the dust cloud
$1,023,000.00 Award for Lower Manhattan financial industry worker with disabling respiratory disease

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"I found Mr.Borri and his staff to be outstanding and always available to guide me through this somewhat complex process. Many thanks."

Charles W. – Woodland Park, NJ
Financial Worker in Lower Manhattan- 9/11 Victim

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