Zadroga Act benefits and deadlines have been extended through 2020

Morgan Levine Dolan and its experienced legal team are currently reviewing potential lawsuits for individuals that were exposed to 9/11 WTC dust and who are currently suffering from, and recently diagnosed with, a host of illnesses including various lung conditions, multiple types of cancers other digestive disorders. We continue to seek justice on behalf of not only First Responders, but also those individuals living, working or commuting below Canal Street during the 8 months following 9/11. 


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A union crane operator fell from a crane injuring his shoulder and sustaining a concussion.
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A construction worker injured his leg when a load of construction materials being hoisted fell.
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A construction worker injured his lower back while attempting to lift a steel I-beam.

Many of us have been affected by the devastating dust exposure without even knowing it

On September 19, 2013, The U.S. Department of Health and Human Services announced that prostate cancer has been added to the list of diseases eligible for coverage under the Zadroga Act. Prior to that, in September 2012, 50 different types of cancers became eligible for coverage under the James Zadroga 9/11 Health and Compensation Act’s 9/11 Victim Compensation Fund. Any person stricken with the following cancers, who was below Canal Street for 80 hours or more from between September 11, 2001 and May 30, 2002 will be eligible for coverage under the Zadroga Act.

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If you or a loved one, a neighbor, a coworker or friend lived, worked or commuted south of Canal Street between September 11, 2001 and May 30, 2002, contact our office at 212.785.5115 to discuss eligibility for enrollment in the Zadroga Act Fund.

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