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  • “FIRED UP For A CURE”: Anonymous Firefighter Gives $200,000

    9/11 Injuries

    “FIRED UP for a CURE”: Anonymous Firefighter Gives $200,000

    By Michael Barasch

    One of our firefighter clients was given a very significant award from the 9/11 Victim Compensation Fund (VCF) for his multiple WTC-linked cancers. Thankfully, he is in remission and financially secure. He told our law firm that because he feels so blessed, he wanted to help others in the 9/11 community who might not be […]

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  • Remembering FDNY Chief Ronald Spadafora, Who Succumbed to Leukemia Due to WTC Toxins Exposure

    9/11 Injuries

    Remembering FDNY Chief Ronald Spadafora

    By Michael Barasch

    You’ve likely heard the heartbreaking news that on June 27th, FDNY Chief of Fire Prevention Ronald Spadafora passed away as a result of a World Trade Center-related cancer (leukemia) at age 63. He led the department’s search, rescue, and recovery efforts at Ground Zero. He is also the highest ranking first responder (4-Star Chief) to […]

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  • Personal Injury

    We Remember Bobby Beddia and Joseph Graffagnino Who Died in the Deutsche Bank Fire 10 Years Ago Today

    By Michael Barasch

    Today, August 18, 2017, marks the 10th Anniversary of the Deutsche Bank fire that tragically took the lives of our client, firefighter Bobby Beddia and also firefighter Joseph Graffagnino. We take this time to remember both heroes, along with the hundred other members of the FDNY who were injured in this blaze that started when […]

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    WTC Girder Becomes Part of Bakersfield, CA 9/11 Memorial

    By Michael Barasch

    In early April, a six-and-one-half-ton steel girder from the World Trade Center made its way through downtown Bakersfield, California, to be used as part as a 9/11 memorial the city will build between its police substation and fire department station 15 near the Kern River. On March 30, Bakersfield firefighters had traveled to New York […]

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