THE WORLD TRADE CENTER COLLAPSE RELEASED TOXIC DUST INTO THE AIR CAUSING CANCER AND ILLNESS
Were you present in the World Trade Center Exposure Zone between September 11, 2001 and May 30, 2002?
Many victims did not realize the link between brief exposure and their cancer diagnosis.
Time is running out to file a claim. We can help.
ARE YOU ELIGIBLE FOR THE SEPTEMBER 11, VICTIM COMPENSATION FUND?
If you lived, worked, or visited the lower Manhattan area and have been diagnosed with cancer you can be eligible for compensation from the 9/11 Victim Compensation Fund Advocacy Group.
Victims have developed cancer years after just minor exposure to the toxic fumes, debris and dust in lower Manhattan.
Nearly 10k people have gotten cancer from toxic 9/11 dust
Hundreds of thousands of people were exposed to the toxic air on September 11, 2001. As people visited their doctors over the years to examine that persistent cough many had no idea that their condition would have a correlation to the 9/11 attacks.
Long-term health effects.
The collapse of the two towers in 2001 produced a carcinogenic fog of burning plastic, fiberglass and asbestos. Fires at Ground Zero burned for 90 days, continually releasing pollutants into the air. The toxic dust settled into the HVAC systems, offices, and rooms throughout the city affecting the inhabitants who breathed the air.
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