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The James Zadroga 9/11 Health and Compensation Act is groundbreaking legislation intended to provide those First Responders suffering from injuries or illnesses related to exposure from the toxic World Trade Center dust and debris with compensation and medical benefits.

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WTC Victims with the 9/11 Health and Compensation Act.

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First Responders of 9/11 Victory!

9/11 Victims and/or their families are now eligible for compensation and health benefits under the new Zadroga 9/11 Compensation Act

If you are a first responder, recovery worker, ironworker, firman, emt, area resident, or returning worker, whose health has been adversely affected by 9/11 contact our law firm today and hind out how we can helpy you recover compensation and medical beifits for your injuries.

.Medical conditions  Zadroga 9/11 survivors have been suffering and the Act covers can be found below.: 

    (b) List of WTC-Related Health  Conditions for Survivors- The list of health conditions for screening-eligible WTC survivors and certified-eligible WTC survivors consists of the following: 


        (A) Interstitial lung diseases
        (B) Chronic respiratory disorder--fumes/vapors. 
        (C) Asthma. 
        (D)Reactive airways dysfunction syndrome (RADS). 
        (E) WTC-exacerbated chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD). (F) Chronic cough syndrome. 
        (G) Upper airway hyperreactivity.
        (H) Chronic rhinosinusitis. 
        (I) Chronic nasopharyngitis
        (J) Chronic laryngitis. 
        (K) Gastroesophageal reflux disorder (GERD). 
        (L) Sleep apnea exacerbated by or related to a condition described in a previous clause. 


        (A) Posttraumatic stress disorder (PTSD). 
        (B) Major depressive disorder. 
        (C) Panic disorder. 
        (D) Generalized anxiety disorder. 
        (E) Anxiety disorder (not otherwise specified). 
        (F) Depression (not otherwise specified).
        (G) Acute stress disorder.
        (H) Dysthymic disorder. 
        (I) Adjustment disorder. 
        (J) Substance abuse. 

      (3) ADDITIONAL CONDITIONS- Any cancer (or type of cancer) or other condition added to the list in section 3312(a)

      (3) pursuant to paragraph (5) or (6) of section 3312(a), as such provisions are applied under subsection (a) with respect to certified-eligible WTC survivors.

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