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Keep informed of the latest news regarding 9/11 health issues facing thousands of first responders, survivors, and Lower Manhattan residents exposed to 9/11 dust, debris, and toxins.

9/11 Toxins Present Issue for Proposed Chinatown Jail

It is difficult for many to believe that even nearly 20 years after the 9/11 terrorist attacks, its effects are

9/11, COVID-19, and Recovery From Long-Term Trauma

Among the many national tragedies the United States has endured over the past quarter-century, two stand out for their sheer

9/11 Responders and Family Members Now Eligible for VCF Benefits for COVID-19-Related Deaths

With over 200,000 deaths reported nationwide, the COVID-19 pandemic has taken a significant human toll, particularly when those numbers are

September 11th Anniversary: Our VCF Attorneys Continue to Help Responders and Survivors

Today marks the 19th anniversary of the September 11th attacks, the deadliest single instance of terrorism in history.  The widespread

Ground Zero Workers Particularly Affected by COVID-19

It is well-known that 9/11 first responders, survivors, and residents and employees of Lower Manhattan all face health risks due

9/11 Responders at Greater Risk of Dementia, Studies Show

Two new studies led by researchers at Stony Brook University suggest that 9/11 first responders are at risk for developing

9/11 First Responders at Greater Risk of Cancer, New Study Shows

Following the attacks of 9/11, thousands of rescue and recovery workers were exposed to a wide range of toxins that

Study Finds 9/11-Linked Dust Exposure, PTSD May Raise Risk of Autoimmune Diseases, Including Lupus

A recent study has associated exposure to World Trade Center dust and 9/11-related post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD) with an increased

9/11 VCF: Manhattan Residents Eligibility

First responders on 9/11 — police officers, firefighters, paramedics, and other good Samaritans who rushed to the scene to help