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120 Broadway
28th Floor
New York, NY 10271


Between Pine and Cedar Streets, this office is close to Zuccotti Park and Trinity Church. We are near several bus stops, including Broadway/Thames & Broadway/Cedar, and a two minute walk from the Broad Street Subway Station. For lunch options, Eataly NYC Downtown is a five minute walk away. In the heart of the Financial District, our family-owned 9/11 law firm is right in the middle of the hustle and bustle of New York City.

Our 120 Broadway office is only an eight-minute walk from the World Trade Center — this serves as a powerful reminder of what we do and who we do it for. We serve our fellow New Yorkers but take WTCHP and VCF cases for people all over the world. If you were in one of the affected zones during the allotted times, you do not need to be in the United States to request the services you are entitled to. Besides our Albany and Washington, D.C. offices, you can also schedule a meeting over video or phone calls. 

We would love to see you at our Downtown Manhattan office to talk about how to get you the benefits you deserve. 

Our team speaks English, Spanish, Cantonese, Mandarin, Taishanese, Italian, Urdu, and Hindi.

Please note that meetings and consultations at all locations are by appointment only.

Who qualifies for 9/11 cancer claim benefits?

Individuals suffering from the following physical health conditions and cancers may be eligible for free medical treatment through the World Trade Center (WTC) Health Program and financial compensation through the 9/11 Victim Compensation Fund. In general, anyone who was present in Lower Manhattan below Houston Street, at the Fresh Kills landfill, on barges/trucks/piers along debris removal routes, the NYC Morgue, or at garages where emergency vehicles were cleaned between 9/11/01 and 5/30/02 may be eligible for free medical monitoring through the WTC Health Program.

Individuals who contracted one of the following covered illnesses listed on the WTC Health Program List of Covered Conditions may also be eligible for free treatment and medication, in addition to compensation through the 9/11 Victim Compensation Fund.

How Many People Died on 9/11?

2,996 people died from the terrorist attacks on 9/11(the total is 2,977 including the 19 hijackers). This number is the official one; however, officials acknowledge the victim count might have been higher.

Unfortunately, repercussions from the fires, the toxic dust cloud, and more have caused the death toll to rise. The original death count is about to be surpassed by the number of individuals who passed from September 11-related illnesses.


Survivors eligible for WTCHP or VCF benefits include men, women and children who were present in the toxic dust exposure zones during the attack of 9/11, which includes residents living in the area, employees working in the area, and students who resided in the toxic dust exposure zones (including children in daycare).

The first step to proving eligibility for WTCHP or VCF benefits is to show that you have an illness, injury or medical condition on the list of those that the programs cover.

That list, which is extensive, includes cancers, respiratory disorders, traumatic injuries, back pain and other musculoskeletal impairments. Mental health conditions are also covered for WTCHP purposes.

You have to show that 9/11 exposures are substantially likely to have been a significant factor in aggravating, contributing to, or causing the covered health condition. That may require a wide range of medical documentation and other evidence – all of which our 9/11 fund law firm can help request, compile and organize.

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