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Monthly Archives: December 2013

World Trade Center Health Program Issues Medical Care Cards For Certified Cancer Patients

December 18, 2013

By Turley, Hansen & Rosasco on 9/11 Cancers

The WTCHP works diligently to ensure that their patients are getting the best care and treatment for cancer conditions as well as any other 9/11 related illnesses. Many emergency responders, recovery and cleanup workers as well as volunteers have become ill with cancer and other diseases since the September 11th attacks. Many continue to join the WTCHP each day and are now receiving the free health care and treatment that they deserve. The World Trade Center Health Program medical card simplifies the process of getting care for your 9/11 related cancer. With prior authorization from the World Trade Center Health Program, all you need to do is just present your card to the treating doctor that was approved by the WTCHP.

Governor Cuomo Signs Bill To Re-open Registration For 9/11 Disability Pension And Workers’ Compensation Claims

December 6, 2013

By Turley, Hansen & Rosasco on 9/11 WTC Pensions

Those who participated in the rescue, recovery and cleanup efforts at Ground Zero between September 11, 2001 and September 11, 2002, are now eligible to preserve their right to file future workers’ compensation claims and ¾ disability pensions should they become sick with a qualifying 9/11 related condition. Claimants must submit a WTC-12 Registration of Participation form no later than the deadline date of September 11, 2014.