Death of a Ground Zero First Responder Highlights Importance of the Zadroga Act, New York Personal Injury Lawyer Says

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9/11 first responder William Quick was the second firefighter in New York to die since President Obama signed the Zadroga 9/11 Health and Compensation Act. New York personal injury lawyer David Perecman hails the passing of the bill. This bill gives health care and financial compensation to Ground Zero responders who were sickened from exposure to the toxins at the World Trade Center site. The Zadroga bill also specifies compensation for the families of the Ground Zero rescue workers dead from illnesses linked to the asbestos and other toxic substances from the destroyed buildings. Sicknesses and conditions that have been connected to Ground Zero toxins by some doctors, New York personal injury lawyer Perecman, and others, include chronic infections, severe asthma, emphysema, and rare cancers like mesothelioma. Rescue workers, 9/11 responders and their loved ones who have been sickened or financially hurt by Ground Zero toxic dust related illnesses, contact New York personal injury lawyers at The Perecman Firm for more information on the Zadroga bill.

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