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    Where Barasch & McGarry Has Donated During Coronavirus

    By Michael Barasch

    Written by Mollie Barasch Barasch & McGarry salutes the bravery of the health care workers, FDNY, NYPD, sanitation workers, correction officers, Port Authority officers, and other front line workers who are going to work every day and selflessly risking their own safety. Throughout the COVID-19 pandemic, and always, we are deeply grateful for their bravery […]

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    50,000 masks and hundreds of meals donated to front line workers

    By Michael Barasch

    As always, but especially now, my thoughts are with you and your loved ones. The last several weeks have been emotional and trying for all of us, but I continue to be inspired by the goodness in people, and the acts of kindness, large and small, that I see every day. In that spirit, I […]

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  • Doctor Outlines Medical Conditions Linked to WTC Exposure

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    Doctor Outlines Medical Conditions Linked to WTC Exposure

    By Michael Barasch

    More than 18 years after September 11, 2001, the number of victims and the range of afflictions linked to the World Trade Center attacks grow. Asbestos, chemicals from building materials, smoke and other potentially dangerous substances were ejected from Ground Zero for months following the fall of the Twin Towers. As a result, people who […]

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  • Violinist Whose Music Comforted 9/11 First Responders Dies

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    Violinist Whose Music Comforted 9/11 First Responders Dies

    By Michael Barasch

    Though she wasn’t a firefighter, police officer or EMT, Marya Columbia described herself as a “responder” when applying for the World Trade Center Health Program. She qualified for benefits as a survivor because her Lower Manhattan apartment was in the designated exposure zone. However, that classification does not begin to describe Ms. Columbia’s contribution to […]

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  • 9/11 InjuriesCOVID-19Firefighters

    Wishing All Of Our Clients a Meaningful Easter

    By Michael Barasch

    During the current health crisis and in these times of uncertainty, we would like to wish you a meaningful Easter. While social distancing may construct physical barriers between us and our loved ones, we hope that you are able to find ways to overcome these obstacles and connect with friends and family in other ways. […]

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  • Second Chance Given to Families Kept Out of 9/11 Fund Due to Lateness

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    Second Chance Given to Families Kept Out of 9/11 Fund Due to Lateness

    By Michael Barasch

    The recently enacted extension of the 9/11 Victim Compensation Fund helps not only individuals who have yet to file a claim but also those who were previously denied due to late filings.  Under the previous rules, family members of people who died of a Ground Zero-related illness had only two years from the date of […]

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