Compensation is available to anyone who has become sick or died from exposure to the toxins on 9/11. Lower Manhattan Office Workers, Residents, Teachers and Students – not just Responders and Volunteers, are all eligible. Check If You Qualify
9/11 Didn’t End on 9/11®
Were you there on 9/11 or any part of the 8 months that followed?
$10 billion and free health care available for responders, construction & debris removal workers, downtown office workers, residents, students & teachers
Are you eligible?
in the 9/11 community
$2 Billion+ Recovered
for victims & their families
get free lifetime health care
The deadline to register a wrongful death claim on behalf of a spouse, parent or child who died more than two years ago has been extended to July 29, 2021. Thereafter, families will be required to register within two years of their loved one’s death. And, individuals will be required to register within two years of their illness being certified by the health program.
Countdown to Deadline
Almost 500,000 people & volunteers were in the exposure zone from 9/11 to May 2002
- 300,000+ office workers
- 100,000 responders
- 50,000 students and teachers
- 25,000 downtown residents
- Borough of Manhattan Community College
- Stuyvesant High School
- NY Law School
- American Express
- 12 NYC Public Schools
- New York County Courts
- Goldman Sachs
- J.P. Morgan
- Stock Exchanges
- Battery Park
- Fulton Fish Market
- Pace University
for a disabled NYC police officer due to leukemia
for wrongful death of a firefighter due to 9/11-related asthma/RADS
for a disabled sanitation worker due to skin cancer/melanoma
for a disabled stock broker due to multiple myeloma
for wrongful death of Con Edison employee due to liver cancer
for wrongful death of a carpenter due to lung cancer
for a disabled teacher due to breast cancer
for a disabled steel worker due to bladder cancer
for wrongful death of a downtown office worker due to pulmonary fibrosis
Prior results do not guarantee a similar outcome. Barasch & McGarry, Lawyers for the 9/11 Community is located in New York, New York and serves clients throughout the entire NY metropolitan area, including former New York residents who have since relocated to other states and volunteers who came to NY to help in the WTC rescue and recovery efforts.
Free Healthcare Is Available
The World Trade Center Health Program (WTCHP) provides free nationwide health monitoring, testing, treatment, and prescription drugs for people with a range of 9/11-linked conditions. If you were in Lower Manhattan on 9/11 or in the aftermath, you should register now, even if you’re currently healthy.