- posted: Dec. 07, 2021
- 9/11 WTC Claims
File Claims for Both Economical and Non-Economic Losses
Although the World Trade Center attacks happened over two decades ago, many are still suffering from appalling consequences. The Marcowitz Law Firm will represent you through an experienced victim compensation lawyer so you and other 9/11 victims can receive the compensation you deserve. Learn more about what your Zadroga Victim Compensation Fund claim is worth and contact us in New York today.
In their desperation to help 9/11 victims, most first responders and recovery and reconstruction workers lacked proper breathing equipment to protect themselves from hazardous dust and debris.
Because of this, many suffered life-threatening illnesses, injuries, non-economic losses, and economic losses. Through the WTC health program, our firm can assist you in getting a victim compensation fund.
The Zadroga Act established the World Trade Center Health Program and expanded the 2001 Victim Compensation Fund, allowing 9/11 victims to obtain financial compensation.The WTC Health Program provides medical monitoring and treatment to qualifying responders harmed by the terrorist attacks on September 11th. As a result of the Zadroga Act, you now have greater options for obtaining compensation for your losses, and our firm is an expert in guiding you in accordance with the Act.
What Is My Claim Worth?
Claims for respiratory injuries generally range from $20,000 to $90,000, while skin cancer ranges from $90,000 to $250,000. Other types of cancers are typically worth about $250,000. However, all of the above are for awards for non-economic losses. The compensation for economic loss may be in the millions if someone has been proven to have a disability due to a verified 9/11 condition.Our team will help you determine how much your claim is worth.
Get the Assistance You Need
Understanding what your Compensation Fund claim is worth can be overwhelming, but luckily our team at The Marcowitz Law Firm is here to help. We’ll work closely with you to determine your condition(s), how much compensation you could potentially receive, and answer any questions you may have.