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Have You Been Diagnosed Yet Under the Zadroga Act?

If you were part of the rescue or cleanup efforts after the tragic 9/11 terrorist attacks on the World Trade Center, the Pentagon, or the crash site in Pennsylvania, you may have medical issues that need diagnosis and treatment ASAP! While many people may suspect something is not right with their health, fear keeps them from seeking the assistance of a doctor.

There are currently 63 medical conditions listed under the Zadroga Act that can allow federal funds to pay for medical treatment. However, you must first get a proper diagnosis of your conditions to participate. It is never easy to have to deal with a suspected medical condition but it is vital that you are fully aware and in control of your health. Early detection is crucial for recovery and survival with many of the associated conditions, so do not put it off a moment longer.

If you did partake in the efforts of September 11th and in the weeks following the tragedy, it is wise to schedule a consultation with our legal team so you can educated about what is at stake for you, your health, and your family. Our experienced attorneys will bring you up to date on the latest information concerning the coverage from the fund. It will be important for you to see your family doctor and have appropriate testing completed prior to your appointment so we can properly evaluate your case.

Please don’t let fear of the unknown stop you from getting medical help. If you were there, you may have been exposed to toxins that will eventually get the better of you. Many types of cancers have recently been added to the list of treatable conditions. While symptoms of several of the illnesses may not have been shown earlier, it is important to contact your doctor if there are changes to your health.

 

Contact our law firm today to discuss your possible claim under the Zadroga Act by calling us toll free at 888-799-3918 or by using our online contact form today. You need to know what you are facing and you need to understand there is help available.

 

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