VCF Claims for Construction Workers
After September 11, 2001, New York City and the rest of the nation was eager to rebuild the world-famous Downtown Manhattan skyline. Construction workers from all over the city and state came to rebuild and recover the surrounding area, not knowing just how toxic the air and dust was that surrounded them. Construction workers at the “pile” or many of the buildings near Ground Zero unfortunately developed breathing and digestive issues, in addition to cancer related to 9/11 exposure.
It’s the construction workers of New York City – which included workers for Bovis, Tully, Turner and AMEC or their subcontractors – who gave the city back what the terrorists destroyed.
Ground Zero Construction Worker Compensation
If you were a worker who aided in the effort to rebuild our city or were doing your regular construction work in a nearby Downtown Manhattan area, you may be eligible for a VCF payment from the September 11th Victim Compensation Fund. Because 9/11-related cancer cases and breathing and digestive issues have become more common among construction workers, our 9/11 attorneys at Hansen & Rosasco, LLP urge you or your family member to file your VCF claim and register with the WTC Health Program for free lifetime medical care.
Your Support Team
Our 9/11 attorneys have represented and won many cases for Ground Zero construction workers whose lives and health have been heavily impacted by the aftermath of 9/11. If you or a family member was a construction worker who is suffering from a 9/11-related cancer or condition, let us help you get the maximum VCF payment you deserve. Call us at 855-982-4636 or fill out a contact form here.