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The benefits of the Zadroga Act are set to expire in October 2016, unless Congress renews the Act.
The September 11th VCF has made loss determinations totaling over $1 billion.
On Tuesday, April 14, 2015, a bi-partisan group of lawmakers announced the introduction of legislation to renew the Zadroga Act and subsequently extend its two critical programs, the World Trade
A founder of United We Stand, a group dedicated to protecting the rights of 9/11 Hispanic workers, advocates for reauthorization of the Zadroga Act, which provides medical treatment, monitoring
Parker Waichman supports whistleblower efforts and has assigned staff to pursue whistleblower cases, noting that, in many instances, whistleblowers may retain anonymity through much of the process.
Parker Waichman LLP, experienced personal injury lawyers who have represented thousands of clients in lawsuits involving defective drugs, comments on a new study published in JAMA Psychiatry revealing
Parker Waichman LLP supports recent efforts by Senators Kirsten Gillibrand (Democrat-New York) and Kelly Ayotte (Republican-New Hampshire) toward extending care to 9/11 responders and survivors.
A 9/11 hero who worked as a special agent for the ATF has died as a result of cancer he developed following his work at New York City’s Ground Zero following the 2001 Terrorist Attacks.
The United States Justice Department announced that Medtronic PLC and its affiliate Medtronic companies, Medtronic Inc., Medtronic USA Inc., and Medtronic Sofamor Danek USA Inc.