Vito Pitta and Christopher Baione LaborPress Interview
Pitta & Baione LLP attorneys Vito R. Pitta and Christopher J. Baione will be speaking with LaborPress Blue Collar Buzz hosts Neal Tepel and Bill Hohlfeld about the James Zadroga 9/11 Health and Compensation Reauthorization Act on April 24, 2016 at 9:00PM EST on AM970 The Answer. Vito Pitta was also quoted in a LaborPress article discussing assistance available to victims of 9/11 exposure.
“People were told that the air was safe to breathe,” attorney Vito Pitta says. While medical aid and support is available, Pitta and his legal team are endeavoring to help claimants better navigate the claims process and maximize benefits.
Vito Pitta and Christopher Baione explained that many members of the labor community remain unaware that 9/11 health and compensation benefits are available to them under the Zadroga Act. They explained that, in general, anyone who lived, worked, attended school, etc. south of Canal Street between 9/11/01 and 5/30/02 may be eligible for free healthcare and compensation benefits. They encouraged the labor community to avail themselves to free health evaluations by the WTC Health Program in order to detect, and hopefully prevent, 9/11-related illnesses early. Vito Pitta and Christopher Baione explained that Pitta & Baione LLP helps eligible claimants access free healthcare, and legally represents claimants for 9/11 compensation.
Pitta & Baione LLP thanks LaborPress for inviting Vito Pitta and Christopher Baione on the show, and devoting airtime to raise awareness about free healthcare and compensation benefits available from the World Trade Center Health Program and the 9/11 Victim Compensation Fund under the Zadroga Act.
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Call Vito Pitta and Christopher Baione of Pitta & Baione LLP at 844-982-2667 to speak with an attorney about whether you may be eligible for benefits under the James Zadroga 9/11 Health and Compensation Act.