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for a Police Officer disabled by colon cancer
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Wall Street Executive
$3.4 million VCF “loss of earnings” (economic damages) and “pain and suffering” (non-economic damages) award for a Wall Street area professional 100% disabled by 9/11-related metastatic breast cancer.
$1.3 million for Wall Street area vice president 100% disabled by 9/11-related multiple myeloma.
$829, 000 for Wall Street broker with 9/11 sarcoidosis and asthma.
$806,000 for investment consultant disabled by chronic tracheitis and 9/11 reactive airway disease syndrome (RADS).
$3.2 million “loss of earnings” and “pain and suffering” award for NYPD police officer 100% disabled by 9/11 colorectal cancer.
$3.1 million for NYPD officer with 3/4 WTC disability pension disabled by 9/11 kidney cancer.
$2.2 million for September 11th, 2001 Victim Compensation Fund award for NYPD Sergeant with brain cancer and WTC disability pension.
$2.1 million for NYPD police officer 100% disabled by 9/11 chronic obstructive pulmonary disorder (COPD ) and related breathing problems.
$2.1 million for 9/11 death of Counter Terrorism HAZMAT office with 9/11 metastatic bladder cancer.
$1.9 million for 9/11 death of New York City Police Department detective who died of 9/11 lung cancer.
$1.8 million VCF award for New York City Detective whose death was caused by WTC related Hodgkin’s’ Paragranuloma and treatment induced Polyneuropathy.
$1.8 million VCF award for 9/11 death of FDNY firefighter who died of WTC related colorectal cancer.
$1.7 million for an EMT first responder 100% disabled by 9/11 colon and rectal cancer.
$1.6 million for FDNY Firefighter totally disabled by chronic obstructive pulmonary disorder (COPD).
$1.6 million for NYC Police Officer totally disabled by severe back condition, asthma and reactive airway disease syndrome (RADS).
$1.5 million for FDNY firefighter widow whose husband died from colon cancer.
$1.4 million for NYC Police Officer 100% disabled by multiple 9/11 breathing problems resulting in both 3/4 WTC disability pension and Social Security disability benefits.
$1.3 million for NYPD detective with 9/11 cancer basal cell carcinoma and multiple myeloma.
$1.2 million for emergency medical technician (EMT) permanently disabled by COPD, reactive airway disease (RADS), asthma, gastroesophageal reflux disease (GERD), and 9/11 sleep apnea.
$1.2 million for a NYPD detective first responder disabled by metastatic melanoma (skin cancer) and COPD (Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease).
$1.15 million for volunteer firefighter and Teamster truck driver disabled by 9/11 prostate cancer, urinary incontinence, impotence, thyroid cancer, extrinsic asthma and secondary diabetes. Client treated for his prostate cancer at Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center in New York.
$1.1 million for FDNY Lieutenant with 9/11 COPD and disabling respiratory disorders.
$1.0 million for NYC Fire Department EMT with WTC related liver cancer.
$1.0 million award for female NYC Police Officer with basal cell carcinoma on multiple parts of face, obstructive sleep apnea an asthma.
$992,000 for a NYPD police officer with 9/11 testicular cancer and prostate cancer.
$980,000 for NYPD Inspector with found 100% disabled by 9/11 prostate cancer.
$854,000 for NYPD officer with colon and 9/11 rectal cancer requiring surgery and chemotherapy.
$845,000 for FDNY EMT disabled by 9/11 lymphosarcoma and asthma.
$819,000 for a New Jersey volunteer firefighter first responder disabled by 9/11 rectal cancer and respiratory diseases.
$807,000 for Long Island volunteer fireman with cancer of rectum. Social security disability claim pending.
$800,000 on appeal for NYPD officer with COPD.
$744,000 for FDNY paramedic with 9/11-related breast cancer.
$708,000 for a FDNY EMT first responder disabled by severe asthma, sinusitis, obstructive sleep apnea, and esophageal reflux (GERD).
$702,400 for a NYPD police officer first responder disabled by severe asthma.
$699,000 for a NYC hospital paramedic first responder disabled by Hodgkin’s disease lymphoma, stage IV B (blood cancer).
$685,500 for an FDNY EMT first responder disabled by severe asthma, Barrett’s esophagus, esophageal reflux, GERD, chronic rhinitis, and traumatic back injuries.
$123,000 “pain and suffering” award for NYPD police officer with extrinsic asthma, chronic rhinitis and sinusitis.
$123,000 “pain and suffering” award for NYC firefighter with chronic rhinitis, asthma, sinusitis, and obstructive sleep apnea.
$90,000 “pain and suffering” award for NYPD officer with chronic bronchitis.
$90,000 “pain and suffering” award for FDNY EMT with diseases of the larynx and obstructive sleep apnea.
$585,900 for a NYPD first responder disabled by 9/11 chronic lymphoid leukemia (blood cancer).
$517,000 for Red Cross Volunteer with chronic oObstructive pulmonary disease (COPD) sleep apnea.
$488,000 for a volunteer first responder disabled by severe asthma and sinusitis.
$486,000, after disability pension offset as collateral source, for NYC firefighter 100% disabled by COPD.
$440,700 for a NYPD police officer first responder disabled by severe asthma, obstructive sleep apnea, and esophageal reflux.
$439,800 for a NYPD police officer first responder partially disabled by kidney cancer, skin cancer, severe asthma, sinusitis, chronic rhinitis, obstructive sleep apnea, and chronic cough.
$375,000 for a volunteer firefighter first responder suffering from colon cancer, liver cancer, and spleen cancer requiring multiple surgeries and chemotherapy.
$340,000 for an FDNY EMS first responder suffering from thyroid cancer, skin cancer, and urinary tract cancer.
$340,000 “pain and suffering damages” (non- economic damages) award for an NYPD first responder suffering from 9/11 throat cancer, 9/11 lung cancer, and 9/11 skin cancer.
$300,000 “pain and suffering” award for NYPD detective with malignant melanoma of skin and other malignant neoplasm of skin.
Downtown Manhattan Worker
$2.0 million for New York City housing authority manager with small cell lung cancer.
$1.4 million for a Downtown Manhattan area worker 100% disabled by 9/11 colon cancer.
$1.4 million for widow of Century 21 Department store executive who passed due to 9/11 brain cancer.
$1.3 million for Downtown Manhattan Security Director totally disabled by 9/11 multiple myeloma.
$1.2 million for 9/11 death of NYC Housing Authority Manager who died of lung cancer.
$1.2 million for a Local 32-BJ cleaner disabled by 9/11-related stage IV brain cancer and breast cancer that required extensive chemotherapy, radiation treatment, and multiple surgeries.
$1.1 million for NYC sanitation worker disabled by 9/11 Interstitial lung disease and chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD)
$1.0 million on an “expedited dire circumstances” basis for New York State Court Officer with 9/11 cancer of colon prior to death.
$986,000 for NYC Housing Authority maintenance worker with COPD, severe breathing problems and 9/11 sleep apnea
$957,000 for court officer at Courthouse near Chambers Street with sarcoidosis of lung.
$889,000 for barge worker totally disabled by 9/11 interstitial lung disease.
$790,000 VCF award to Downtown Manhattan law firm administrative worker with rare WTC related peritoneal cancer in her abdomen.
$768,000 for NYC Transit Authority mason with cancer of esophagus and cancer of colon.
$754,000 for the death of a Suffolk County Court Officer with chronic lymphocytic leukemia.
743,000 for Metropolitan Transit Authority maintenance worker with 9/11 lymphoma cancer.
$735,000 for Estate of deceased construction worker with 9/11 tongue cancer.
$680,000 for 32BJ SEIU union maintenance worker with 9/11-related metastatic renal cell carcinoma.
$658,300 for an area worker disabled by chronic bronchitis, and esophageal reflux (GERD).
$635,000 for Con Ed lineman 100% disabled by chronic bronchitis and chronic rhinitis.
$612,000 for an administrative assistant below Canal Street disabled by breast cancer requiring surgery.
$485,000 for ironworker with reactive airway disease (RADS) and thoracic and lumbar neuritis.
$473,000 for death of NYC Department of Health analyst who died of 9/11 asthma and COPD.
$451,000 for Tully Construction administrative worker with breast cancer.
$445,000 for 9/11 death of Con Ed field manager with 9/11 brain cancer.
$431,000 for environmental engineer suffering with chronic rhinitis, obstructive sleep apnea and esophageal reflux.
$430,000 for asbestos cleanup worker with chronic rhinitis, obstructive sleep apnea, esophageal reflux, and sinusitis.
$418,000 VCF award for family of Downtown Manhattan insurance administrative worker whose death was caused by WTC chronic obstructive pulmonary disorder, after mandatory VCF collateral source life insurance deduction.
$413,000 for Downtown Manhattan mortgage officer with lymphoma and sarcoidosis.
$378,400 for an MTA repair worker disabled by severe asthma, chronic rhinitis, esophageal reflux, obstructive chronic bronchitis, and sinusitis.
$250,000 “pain and suffering” award for a Downtown Manhattan area worker suffering from multiple myeloma blood cancer.
$250,000 9/11 “pain and suffering” award for an Metropolitan Transit Authority (MTA) worker suffering from 9/11 bladder cancer requiring surgery and annual cystoscopy.
$250,000 “pain and suffering” award Local 32BJ SEIU office cleaner in Downtown Manhattan with 9/11 cancer of breast.
$250,000 “pain and suffering” award for bus driver working below Canal Street with rectal cancer.
Downtown Manhattan Resident
$1.1 million for Battery Park area resident (below Canal Street) between 9/11/2001 and 5/30/2002 with breast cancer, double mastectomy and lymphedema.
$884,000 for 9/11 death of Downtown Manhattan Battery Park resident who died of lung cancer.
$600,000 for 9/11 death of resident below Canal Street with who died as a result of thymus cancer.
$340,000 for an Downtown Manhattan area resident suffering from 9/11 thyroid cancer.
$250,000 “pain and suffering” award for Chinatown resident with lung cancer.
$250,000 “pain and suffering” award for a Downtown Manhattan resident with 9/11 bladder cancer in remission.
Downtown Manhattan Student
$872,000 for New York University (NYU) student with rectal cancer.
Financial District Executive
$3.0 million death benefits for husband of banker who died of 9/11-related multiple myeloma.
$2.1 million for 9/11 death of Downtown Manhattan finance broker who died due to 9/11 colon cancer.
$975,000 for Chase Manhattan Bank officer 100% disabled by severe asthma and breathing disorders.
$707,000 for Wall Street area accountant with post-inflammatory pulmonary fibrosis and esophageal reflux.
$685,000 for Wall Street trader with Polycythemia vera blood cancer.
$279,000 for Wall Street financial coordinator with thyroid cancer and asthma.
$250,000 “pain and suffering” award for Wall Street area administrative worker with 9/11 breast cancer.
$250,000 “pain and suffering” award only on an expedited “dire needs” basis for Wall Street executive with untreatable bile duct 9/11 cancer.
$125,000 “pain and suffering” award for Wall Street floor trader with basal cell 9/11 cancer of skin .
$1.3 million for family of deceased Tully Construction concrete worker at Ground Zero.
$1.1 million for a IOUE Local 15 operating engineer with undifferentiated high grade pleomorphic 9/11 sarcoma cancer that required radical resection of sciatic nerve and hamstring muscle.
$1.1 million for ironworker and volunteer firefighter disabled by both prostate cancer and 9/11 thyroid cancer.
$1.1 million plus funeral expenses for 9/11 death of dock builder who died as a result of melanoma skin cancer.
$1.0 million for construction foreman 100% disabled by 9/11 multiple myeloma and asthma.
$1.0 million VCF award for construction worker who died of WTC related lung cancer.
$1.0 million for Local 3 electrical foreman with 9/11 multiple myeloma.
$937,000 for Con Ed cable splicer prostate cancer – 9/11 wrongful death claim payable to family.
$923,000 for a crash site construction worker disabled by 9/11 non-Hodgkin’s lymphoma.
$892,000 for Local 3 electrician with thyroid cancer.
$554,700 for a Ground Zero iron worker disabled by a traumatic knee injury.
$369,000 for paralegal with breast cancer who worked for international law firm with over 500 attorneys.
$354,000 for teamster truck driver with chronic obstructive pulmonary disorder (COPD).
$346,000 for New York City Transit Bus Driver with COPD and lost earnings.
$300,000 for sheet metal worker with melanoma 9/11 skin cancer.
$300,000 “pain and suffering” award for truck driver with both prostate and 9/11 thyroid cancer.
$300,000 for NYC probation officer with colon 9/11 cancer.
$250,000 “pain and suffering” award for insurance executive with 9/11 stomach cancer.
$250,000 “pain and suffering” award for construction tool shed worker with prostate cancer requiring surgical removal of prostate.
$1.3 million for estate of deceased Pentagon utility repair operator who passed from metastatic sinonasal carcinoma.
Regardless of the severity of your 9/11-related medical condition, call the 9/11 Victims Compensation Fund lawyers at Hansen & Rosasco, LLP today at 1-855-982-4636 for a FREE, no obligation legal consultation to find out how much compensation and healthcare benefits you may be entitled to from the September 11th Victim Compensation Fund.
Some of the awards listed above reflect total awards prior to offsets and rounding of award amounts for ease of illustration. All descriptions/occupations/employers of individuals receiving such awards have been disguised to protect individual client privacy. Attorney advertising. Prior results do not guarantee a similar outcome.