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Below are some of the 9/11 Victim Compensation Fund Awards and 9/11 Cancer Awards we have recovered for our clients:

  1. $3.4 million “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. Turley Hansen & Rosasco, LLP represented and won Social Security Disability benefits for our client at Manhattan Social Security office.
  2. $3.2 million “loss of earnings” and “pain and suffering” award for NYPD police officer 100% disabled by 9/11 colorectal cancer.
  3. $3.1 million for NYPD officer with 3/4 WTC disability pension disabled by 9/11 kidney cancer 
  4. $2.1 million for 9/11 death of downtown finance broker who died due to 9/11 colon cancer.
  5. $2.1 million for NYPD police officer 100% disabled by 9/11 chronic obstructive pulmonary disorder ( COPD  ) and related breathing problems.
  6. $2.1 million for 9/11 death of Counter Terrorism HAZMAT office with 9/11 metastatic bladder cancer
  7. $2.0 million for New York City Housing Authority Manager with small cell lung cancer. Turley Hansen & Rosasco filed for and won Social Security disability for this client.
  8. $1.9 million for wrongful 9/11 death claim for Verizon line worker with colon cancer. 
  9. $1.9 million for 9/11 death of New York City Police Department detective who died of 9/11 lung cancer
  10. $1.8 million for 9/11 death of FDNY firefighter who died of colorectal cancer.
  11. $1.7 million for a EMT first responder 100% disabled by 9/11 cancer and rectal cancer. Turley Hansen & Rosasco represented and won Social Security Disability benefits for our client.
  12. $1.7 million for NYC firefighter disabled due to 9/11 related asthma, GERD, sleep apnea, and RADS (reactive airway disease). Turley Hansen & Rosasco obtained this award that was made in addition to our client’s FDNY disability pension.
  13. $1.7 million for NYPD Captain with 9/11 cancer soft tissue sarcoma.
  14. $1.6 million for FDNY Firefighter totally disabled by Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disorder. (COPD) 
  15. $1.6 million for NYC Police Officer totally disabled by severe back condition, asthma and Reactive Airway Disease Syndrome (RADS).
  16. $1.5 million for FDNY firefighter widow whose husband died from colon cancer.
  17. $1.4 million for an lower Manhattan area worker 100% disabled by 9/11 colon cancer. Turley Hansen & Rosasco represented and won Social Security Disability benefits for our client.
  18. $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.
  19. $1.3 million for Tully Construction concrete worker at Ground Zero disabled by multiple 9/11 severe breathing problems including COPD. 
  20. $1.3 million for downtown Manhattan Security Director totally disabled by 9/11 multiple myeloma.
  21. $1.3 million for NYPD detective with 9/11 cancer basal cell carcinoma and multiple myeloma.
  22. $1.3 million for Wall Street area vice president 100% disabled by 9/11 related multiple myeloma.
  23. $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. Turley Hansen & Rosasco coordinated and won Social Security Disability benefits for our client.
  24. $1.2 million for Emergency Medical Technician (EMT) permanently disabled by COPD, Reactive airway disease (RADS), Asthma, GERD and 9/11 sleep apnea. Turley Hansen & Rosasco coordinated and won Social Security Disability and New York workers’ compensation benefits for our client
  25. $1.2 million for a NYPD detective first responder disabled by metastatic melanoma (skin cancer) and COPD (Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease).
  26. $1.2 million for 9/11 death of NYC Housing Authority Manager who died of lung cancer.
  27. $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.
  28. $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.
  29. $1.1 million for FDNY Lieutenant with 9/11 COPD and disabling respiratory disorders.
  30. $1.1 million plus funeral expenses for 9/11 death of dock builder who died as a result of melanoma skin cancer. 
  31. $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.
  32. $1.1 million for NYC Sanitation worker disabled by 9/11 Interstitial lung disease and chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD)
  33. $1.1 million for ironworker and volunteer firefighter disabled by both  prostate cancer and 9/11 thyroid cancer.
  34. $1.0 million for construction foreman 100% disabled by 9/11 multiple myeloma and asthma. 
  35. $1.0 million on an “expedited dire circumstances” basis for New York State Court Officer with 9/11 cancer of colon prior to death. Turley Hansen & Rosasco now pursuing related separate 9/11 Victim Compensation Fund death claim for widow.
  36. $1.0 million for Local 3 electrical foreman with 9/11 multiple myeloma. 
  37. $992,000 for a NYPD police officer with 9/11 testicular cancer and prostate cancer.
  38. $986,000 for NYC Housing Authority maintenance worker with COPD, severe breathing problems and 9/11 sleep apnea.
  39. $980,000 for NYPD Inspector with 9/11 prostate cancer found 100% disabled.
  40. $957,000 for Court Officer at Courthouse near Chambers Street with sarcoidosis of lung. Found 100% disabled for 9/11 condition by Social Security disability. 
  41. $923,000 for a crash site construction worker disabled by 9/11 non-Hodgkin’s lymphoma.
  42. $963,000 for Verizon cable splicer with nasal and 9/11 sinus cancer requiring surgery.
  43. $958,000 for NYC Court Officer with Sarcoidosis of lung and chronic Rhinitis and Sinusitis.
  44. $937,000 for Con Ed cable splicer  prostate cancer – wrongful death claim payable to family. 
  45. $892,000 for Local 3 Electrician with thyroid cancer.
  46. $889,000 for barge worker totally disabled by 9/11 interstitial lung disease.
  47. $884,000 for 9/11 death of downtown Manhattan Battery Park resident who died of lung cancer.
  48. $872,000 for New York University (NYU) student with rectal cancer.
  49. $854,000 for for NYPD officer with colon and 9/11 rectal cancer requiring surgery and chemotherapy.
  50. $845,000 for FDNY EMT disabled by 9/11 Lymphosarcoma and asthma.
  51. $829, 000 for Wall Street broker with 9/11 sarcoidosis and asthma. 
  52. $819,000 for a New Jersey volunteer firefighter first responder disabled by 9/11 rectal cancer and respiratory diseases.
  53. $806,000 for Investment consultant disabled by Chronic Tracheitis  and 9/11 reactive airway disease syndrome (RADS).
  54. $800,000 on appeal for for NYPD officer. Increased “original $10,000 award” officer received from a different 9/11 law firm by $790,000 on same set of facts. Prior law firm did not recognize a major element of damages for lost earnings. 
  55. $754,000 for the death of a Suffolk County Court Officer with chronic lymphocytic leukemia.
  56. $445,000 for 9/11 death of Con Ed field manager with 9/11 brain cancer.   
  57. $743,000  for Metropolitan Transit Authority maintenance worker with 9/11 lymphoma cancer.
  58. $735,000 for Estate of deceased construction worker with 9/11 tongue cancer.
  59. $708,000 for a FDNY EMT first responder disabled by severe asthma, sinusitis, obstructive sleep apnea, and esophageal reflux (GERD). Turley Hansen & Rosasco represented and won Social Security Disability benefits for our client.
  60. $707,000 for Wall Street area accountant with post-inflammatory pulmonary fibrosis and esophageal reflux.
  61. $702,400 for a NYPD police officer first responder disabled by severe asthma.
  62. $699,000 for a NYC hospital paramedic first responder disabled by Hodgkin’s Disease lymphoma stage IV B (blood cancer).
  63. $685,500 for an FDNY EMT first responder disabled by severe asthma, Barrett’s esophagus, esophageal reflux, GERD, chronic rhinitis, and traumatic back injuries.
  64. $685,000 for Wall Street trader with Polycythemia Vera blood cancer.
  65. $680,000 for  32BJ SEIU union maintenance worker with 9/11 related metastatic renal cell carcinoma.
  66. $663,000 for Estate of NYC dockbuilder who died of 9/11 liver cancer
  67. $658,300 for an area worker disabled by chronic bronchitis, and esophageal reflux (GERD).
  68. $612,000 for a administrative assistant below Canal Street disabled by breast cancer requiring surgery.
  69. $600,000 for 9/11 death of Resident below Canal Street with who died as a result of thymus cancer.
  70. $585,900 for a NYPD first responder disabled by 9/11 chronic lymphoid leukemia (blood cancer).
  71. $554,700 for a Ground Zero iron worker disabled by a traumatic knee injury.
  72. $517,000 for Red Cross Volunteer with Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease (COPD) sleep apnea.  
  73. $488,000 for a volunteer first responder disabled by severe asthma and sinusitis.
  74. $485,000 for ironworker with Reactive Airway Disease (RADS) and thoracic and lumbar neuritis.
  75. $473,000 for death of NYC Department of Health Analyst who died of 9/11 asthma and COPD.
  76. $451,000 for Tully Construction administrative worker with breast cancer
  77. $440,700 for a NYPD police officer first responder disabled by severe asthma, obstructive sleep apnea, and esophageal reflux.
  78. $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.
  79. $431,000 for Environmental Engineer suffering with chronic rhinitis, obstructive sleep apnea and esophageal reflux.
  80. $430,000 for Asbestos cleanup worker with Chronic Rhinitis, Obstructive Sleep Apnea, esophageal reflux and sinusitis.
  81. $413,000 for downtown Mortgage Officer with Lymphoma and Sarcoidosis.
  82. $378,400 for a MTA repair worker disabled by severe asthma, chronic rhinitis, esophageal reflux, obstructive chronic bronchitis, and sinusitis.
  83. $375,000 for a volunteer firefighter first responder suffering from colon cancer, liver cancer, and spleen cancer requiring multiple surgeries and chemotherapy.
  84. $369,000 for Paralegal with breast cancer who worked for international law firm with over 500 attorneys.
  85. $354,000 for Teamster truck driver with Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disorder. (COPD)
  86. $346,000 for New York City Transit Bus Driver with COPD and lost earnings.
  87. $340,000 for an lower Manhattan area resident suffering from 9/11 thyroid cancer.
  88. $340,000 for an FDNY EMS first responder suffering from thyroid cancer, skin cancer, and urinary tract cancer.
  89. $340,000 “pain & 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.
  90. $300,000 for Sheet Metal worker with melanoma 9/11 skin cancer. 
  91. $300,000 “pain & suffering” award for truck driver with both prostate and 9/11 thyroid cancer.
  92. $300,000 for NYC Probation Officer with colon 9/11 cancer.
  93. $300,000 “pain & suffering” award for NYPD detective with malignant melanoma of skin and other malignant neoplasm of skin.
  94. $279,000 for Wall Street Financial Coordinator with thyroid cancer and asthma.. Turley Hansen & Rosasco also obtained damages for “lost household services” for claimant’s need to hire landscaping service due to asthma. 
  95. $250,000 “pain & suffering” award for insurance executive with 9/11 stomach cancer.
  96. $250,000 “pain & suffering” award for Wall Street area administrative worker with 9/11 breast cancer.
  97. $250,000 “pain & suffering” award for an lower Manhattan area worker suffering from multiple myeloma blood cancer.
  98. $250,000 9/11 “pain & suffering” award for an Metropolitan Transit Authority (MTA) worker suffering from 9/11 bladder cancer requiring surgery and annual cystoscopy.
  99. $250,000 “pain & suffering” award Local 32BJ SEIU office cleaner in downtown Manhattan with 9/11 cancer of breast. Turley Hansen & Rosasco won Social Security disability benefits for client after  a hearing before an Administrative Law Judge at SSA in Queens.
  100. $250,000 “pain & suffering” award for construction tool shed worker with prostate cancer requiring surgical removal of prostate.
  101. $250,000 “pain & suffering” award only on an expedited “dire needs” basis for Wall Street executive with untreatable bile duct 9/11 cancer.  *Able to obtain award within five weeks of being retained and seven weeks after client was diagnosed with cancer.  Turley Hansen & Rosasco will continue pursuing loss of earnings claim and all other benefits for the Estate of now deceased victim.
  102. $250,000 “pain & suffering” award for a downtown resident with 9/11 bladder cancer in remission.
  103. $250,000 “pain & suffering” award for  Bus Driver working below Canal Street with rectal cancer.
  104. $125,000 “pain & suffering” award for Wall Street floor trader with basal cell 9/11 cancer of skin .
  105. $123,000 “pain & suffering” award for NYPD police officer with extrinsic asthma, chronic rhinitis and sinusitis. Also obtained past damages for landscaping services. 
  106. $123,000 “pain & suffering” award for NYC Firefighter with Chronic Rhinitis, Asthma, Sinusitis and Obstructive Sleep Apnea.
  107. $90,000 “pain & suffering” award   for NYPD officer with chronic bronchitis.
  108. $90,000 “pain & suffering” award for FDNY EMT with diseases of the larynx and obstructive sleep apnea.

Regardless of the severity of your 9/11 related medical condition, call the 9/11 Victims Compensation Fund lawyers at Turley, Hansen & Rosasco 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 awards 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.