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9/11 VCF Results & Awards

Over $2 Billion Recovered for Victims

#1 in Awards Recovered – Over $2 Billion

We’ve filed more claims and recovered more money from the Victim Compensation Fund than any other law firm.

#1 Law Firm in Amendments & Appeals

We’ve gotten our clients more in additional compensation for amended claims and VCF award appeals.

Wrongful Death Awards

Death due to 9/11-certified illness. Award includes compensation for income lost over a normal lifespan.

$3,254,242for wrongful death of a firefighter due to 9/11-related asthma/RADS

$2,022,440for wrongful death of Con Edison employee due to liver cancer

$1,731,917for wrongful death of a carpenter due to lung cancer

$1,422,694for wrongful death of a downtown office worker due to pulmonary fibrosis

$1,251,411for wrongful death of a paralegal working in a downtown law firm due to breast cancer

$1,011,957for the wrongful death of a sound engineer due to bladder cancer

$990,084for wrongful death of a carpenter due to tonsil cancer

$929,607for wrongful death of a downtown liquor store owner due to prostate cancer

$645,208for wrongful death of a NYC pest control worker due to colon cancer

$624,127for wrongful death of a Staten Island Ferry deckhand due to lung cancer/chronic rhinitis and GERD

$600,000for the wrongful death of a Westbury Fire Department volunteer due to pancreatic cancer

$537,642for the wrongful death of a news cinematographer due to breast cancer

$527,868 for the wrongful death of a downtown security officer for lung cancer/chronic sinusitis

$507,560for the wrongful death of a NYPD police officer due to colon cancer

$500,000for the wrongful death of a Suffolk County Police Depart officer due to esophageal cancer

$499,076for the wrongful death of NYPD detective due to kidney cancer

$497,586for the wrongful death of a chef in a downtown restaurant for lung cancer/asthma

$363,039for the wrongful death of an Army National Guard member due to lung cancer

$338,565for the wrongful death of an FDNY firefighter due to COPD/chronic bronchitis/GERD

Get A Free Award Estimate

If you’ve been diagnosed with cancer or an illness connected to your exposure to the toxic air on 9/11, you may be eligible for compensation from the 9/11 Victim Compensation Fund. Contact us for a free evaluation and award estimate.

Disabling Cancer Awards

Compensation for 9/11-related cancers including income lost due to disability.

$3,700,651for a disabled NYC police officer due to leukemia

$2,811,150for a disabled sanitation worker due to skin cancer/melanoma

$2,811,150for a disabled stock broker due to multiple myeloma

$1,934,316for a disabled teacher due to esophageal cancer

$1,848,836for a disabled downtown resident due to kidney cancer

$1,827,279for a disabled teacher due to breast cancer

$1,812,981for a disabled steel worker due to bladder cancer

$1,544,371for a disabled former student due to thyroid cancer

$1,368,869for a disabled construction worker with lung cancer

$1,365,415for a disabled FEMA Search u0026amp; Rescue task force member with colon cancer

$1,345,427for a disabled FBI Agent with esophageal cancer

$1,345,427for a NYC Police Officer with breast cancer

$1,188,741for a disabled EMT with colon cancer

$1,098,050for a disabled teacher with thyroid cancer and kidney cancer

VCF Deadline Alert

The deadline to register all VCF claims has been extended to July 2021 no matter when someone became sick or passed away. Act quickly to take advantage of this one-time window.

Non-Disabling Cancer Awards

The following are some of the hundreds of noneconomic loss awards that the VCF has issued to our clients with non-disabling cancers and other WTC-related illnesses.

$340,000for a downtown office worker with skin cancer and larynx cancer

$340,000for a retired NYPD officer with cancers of the colon and mouth

$300,000for a retired firefighter u0026amp; iron worker with B-cell lymphoma u0026amp; asthma

$250,000for a Port Authority police officer with prostate cancer

$250,000for a retired NJ firefighter with melanoma of skin

$250,000for a former college student with thyroid cancer

$250,000for a downtown attorney with kidney cancer

$250,000a restaurant owner with bronchus u0026amp; lung cancer

$250,000for a school administrative staff worker due to multiple myeloma

$125,000for a former high school student due to skin cancer

Disabling Non-Cancer Awards

Compensation for 9/11-related illnesses (other than cancer) including income lost due to disability.

$1,929,789for a downtown elevator mechanic with asthma; Chronic rhinitis; Esophageal reflux

$1,926,336for a Fulton Fish Market worker with asthma; Esophageal reflux; Chronic bronchitis; Diseases of vocal cords; Sinusitis

$1,881,017for a NYC firefighter with esophageal reflux; Barrett’s esophagus; Asthma; Sinusitis; Obstructive sleep apnea

$1,482,771for a court officer with asthma; Chronic airway obstruction; Chronic sinusitis; Esophageal reflux; Barrett’s esophagus; Chronic bronchitis; Obstructive sleep apnea

$1,401,066for a downtown attorney with asthma; Esophageal reflux; Obstructive sleep apnea; Sarcoidosis

$1,356,743for a doctor with chronic rhinitis; Esophageal reflux; Other bronchitis and brachial neuritis; Thoracic/lumbosacral neuritis/radiculitis

$1,270,072for a NYC firefighter with asthma; Chronic rhinitis; Esophageal reflux; Obstructive sleep apnea; Sinusitis

$1,251,768for a NYPD officer with asthma; Chronic rhinitis; Esophageal reflux; Disease of vocal cords

$1,198,580for an ambulance EMT with rhinosinusitis; Sinusitis

Non-Disabling, Non-Cancer Awards

The following are some of the hundreds of noneconomic loss awards that the VCF has issued to our clients with non-disabling cancers and other WTC-related illnesses.

$90,000for an office worker due to chronic bronchitis

$90,000for a Red Cross 9/11 volunteer due to barrett’s esophagus

$90,000for a volunteer masseuse with interstitial lung disease

$90,000for an Operating Engineer with asthma; Chronic rhinitis; GERD; Obstructive sleep apnea

$90,000for a debris clean-up worker/laborer due to sinusitis; Obstructive sleep apnea; Chronic rhinitis

$65,000for a former teacher downtown due to severe asthma

$65,000for a former student with chronic rhinitis; Reactive airways dysfunction syndrome

$35,000for a construction worker due to asthma; Chronic rhinitis

$30,000for a resident in the exposure zone due to sinusitis; Esophageal reflux

$25,000for a former office worker due to asthma; Obstructive sleep apnea

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