Lawyer Representation

Teachers at Stuyvesant HS and Other Lower Manhattan Schools After 9/11 Now Seeing Increased Cancer Rates

By Turley, Hansen & Rosasco

Stuyvesant High School is one of the most prestigious and competitive in New York City. It is also one of the closest to where the Twin Towers once stood. On 9/11 and during the weeks that followed, Stuyvesant was used by first responders and recovery workers as a staging area. Tons of debris from Ground […]

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New Law Provides Unlimited Sick Leave Benefits for New York First Responders Suffering From 9/11-Related Conditions

By Turley, Hansen & Rosasco

Recently, we’ve written about the struggles some 9/11 first responders, recovery workers and others have had in obtaining treatment and compensation for the illnesses they acquired as a result of their brave and selfless work in the hours, days, and months after the September 11th attacks. A recent New York Post article shined a light […]

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Is Nerve Damage (Neuropathy) a 9/11-Related Condition Eligible for Compensation?

By Turley, Hansen & Rosasco

The World Trade Center Health Program (WTCHP) provides free medical monitoring and treatment for individuals who have suffered physical injuries and illnesses arising out of or related to the September 11th attacks. But only those conditions contained on the WTCHP’s list of “WTC-Related Physical Health Conditions” qualify for benefits under the program. Adding Conditions to […]

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