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Raymond J. Pfeifer, 9/11 Firefighter Who Sought Care for Survivors, Dies at 59

Raymond J. Pfeifer, who spent eight months digging through the toxic debris of the collapsed World Trade Center for the remains of fellow firefighters and other victims and years lobbying, successfully, for health benefits for those who survived, died…

Former Con Ed worker claims 9/11-related illness caused wrongful termination, suit alleges

A former Con Edison mechanic who claims he got sick working in lower Manhattan after Sept. 11, 2001, found himself wrongly fired for taking sick days, a new lawsuit alleges.

9/11 Health and Compensation in the News

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 : April 17, 2017 — CBS NY — Dying Wish For A 9/11 First Responder CBS2’s Carolyn Gusoff reports. April […]

EXCLUSIVE: FDNY firefighters become gardeners to help fellow Bravest dealing with 9/11-related cancer

A cadre of kindhearted firefighters traded their hoses and axes for shovels and gardening gloves on Monday to help out a fellow Bravest battling 9/11-related cancer.

Dying firefighter, sick from 9/11 illness, fights last battle: A spot on FDNY Wall of Honor

Ray Pfeifer needed a wheelchair to get around his Hicksville home when PIX11 visited the retired Bronx firefighter there recently.

FDNY to keep honoring 9/11-related deaths on separate memorial

The FDNY will not change a controversial practice that has some firefighters fuming — honoring those who die of 9/11-related illness on a different memorial wall than those killed while on duty.

Funeral For NYS Trooper Held In Plattsburgh

The funeral for an 18-year veteran of the New York State Police was held in Plattsburgh Monday.

A.G. Schneiderman And Consumer Financial Protection Bureau Announce Lawsuit Against RD Legal For Scamming 9/11 Heroes Out Of Millions Of Dollars In Compensation Funds

Lawsuit Also Accuses Company Of Deceiving National Football League Concussion Victims