Legal Advocate Shares Personal Stories of Long-Term 9/11 Impact, Why He Fights for Victims

Stefania Cox
By Stefania Cox
September 12, 2023NTD News Todayshare

More than two decades after 9/11, many still suffer from the aftereffects. NTD spoke with Michael Barasch, who spent time in Washington lobbying to get Congress to pass the Zadroga Health and Compensation Act. Mr. Barasch said individuals who develop one of the 69 types of cancer associated with exposure to World Trade Center toxins may be eligible to receive $250,000 or more in compensation if they become disabled and can no longer work.

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