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9/11 Health and Compensation in the News

January 30, 2017

Below are summaries with url’s to news articles that appeared recently about 9/11 Health and Compensation issues.

An archive of past articles by year, can be found on the 911 Health Watch website at http://www.911healthwatch.org/news/ :

January 5, 2017NJ.comN.J. firm sues N.Y. AG over 9/11 victims loan allegations, report says
A New Jersey company that gives cash advances to people expecting big settlement payouts is suing New York’s attorney general over him ordering the firm to refund money to 9/11 victims, according to a published report.

January 5, 2017NY PostEx-cops who say they were falsely charged in 9/11 scam sue for $30M
Three former NYPD police officers have filed a $30 million lawsuit against the Manhattan DA claiming they were wrongfully charged in a massive 9/11 social security ripoff three years ago.

January 4, 2017DealbreakerTerrorist-Attack Litigation Finance Firm Prefers Semantic Defense Strategy
Long before journalists decided to out Platinum Partners’ (now allegedly fake) sketchy investment strategy of buying annuities on the dying without the knowledge of said dying, there was fascination with another somewhat morbid hedge fund: RD Legal Strategies, and…

January 4, 2017NY Daily NewsN.J. firm sues AG Eric Schneiderman over allegations of issuing illegal high interest loans to 9/11 victims awaiting settlements
A New Jersey company that charges huge fees to people who need cash advances while hoping to win big lawsuits is suing New York’s state attorney general after he ordered the firm to back off 9/11 victims and repay…

January 3, 2017Bloomberg NewsHedge Fund Sues GOP-Hated Regulator for Exceeding Its Authority
A financial regulator long vilified by Republican lawmakers is facing new allegations that it’s exceeding its authority, this time by a hedge fund under investigation in part for legal settlements tied to a 1983 terrorist attack.

December 29, 2016WKXWState trooper dies of cancer linked to 9/11 response
A state trooper who got sick after serving as a first-responder to the Sept. 11, 2001 terrorist attacks on the World Trade Center has died.