World Trade Center Victim Compensation Fund Attorneys | Information on $7 Billion September 11th Compensation Fund
In the years since the horrific attacks of 9/11, compensation funds have been established to help compensate victims who were injured or have been adversely affected. This Victim Compensation Fund has made more than $7 BILLON available to those who are suffering from illnesses related to the aftermath of the events that day. These funds are allocated to victims and their families who have been diagnosed with cancer or other serious illnesses. There were many who were direct victims of the attack but there are also those that were affected years later by the harmful materials and toxins that were released into the air in the surrounding area. It was found that the air at Ground Zero following September 11 contained harmful materials including aluminum, asbestos, and gas. These materials along with others that were released into the air can lead to many serious health problems such as cancer, lung issues, and asthma.
Greg Jones Law is currently assisting with claims related to the 9/11 Victim Compensation Fund. If you or a loved one lived in the vicinity and developed cancer or other severe health issues, Contact us today.
Established in the wake of the Sept. 11, 2001, terrorist attacks, the fund was reauthorized in 2010 with $7.35 billion set to expire in 2020.
You may be eligible for the Victim Compensation Fund if you or a loved one developed any form of cancer and lived, worked, or went to school below Canal Street in Manhattan between September 11th, 2001 and May 31st, 2002.
Although the World Trade Center Health Program will continue for another 75 years, the Victim Compensation has a sunset date and will be closing down at the end of the 2020. This is unfortunate considering that in the coming years, many will discover chronic diseases that have yet to surface.
Our attorneys at Greg Jones Law may be able to help you get substantial compensation, but time is running out to fill a claim. Call 855-566-3752 or contact us online.