Archive of News (2017)
News stories by year:
The NYPD’s Hall of Heroes in Manhattan will add a new memorial tablet for a steadily climbing list of police officers who have died from illnesses attributed to their work after the Sept. 11 attacks, officials said.
Utica fire Chief Russell Brooks was in state Supreme Court in Rome on Monday as attorneys argued whether he is eligible for sick leave benefits related to his condition of chronic lymphocytic leukemia, or CLL.
As an enrollee the World Trade Center Health Program, Utica fire Chief Russell Brooks says medical costs associated with illnesses certified as related to his time responding during the 9/11 terrorist attack in New York City are covered…
Capt. Vincent Ungaro, a 30-year FDNY veteran who died last year of leukemia, was an active advocate for 9/11 first responders who developed health problems.
Insurers for American Airlines, United Airlines and other aviation defendants have agreed to pay $95 million to settle claims that security lapses led planes to be hijacked in the Sept. 11 attacks.
A state court ruled that 9/11 cleanup workers could move forwarded with their compensation claims against the Battery Park City Authority.
The state’s Court of Appeals ruled that the Battery Park City Authority is a government entity and didn’t have legal standing to challenge Jimmy Nolan’s Law, a 2009 state law that gave workers who…
The developer of the World Trade Center in New York has reached a $95.2 million settlement of all claims against American Airlines Group Inc, United Continental Holdings Inc and other aviation…
The Court of Appeals rejects a Battery Park City Authority challenge to “Jimmy Nolan’s Law.”
The forum will be held at PS 124 in Chinatown on November 18th.