To assist all emergency personnel, including but not limited to, firefighters, police officers, nurses, volunteers, sanitation workers, transportation workers and construction workers, within the United States who have been injured, or face serious injury due to action or omission, in the course of their duties or within their everyday lives.
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Were you in lower Manhattan on 9/11 or any time during the 8 months following? 68 cancers linked to 9/11 toxins Monday, December 9, 2019 UFT Headquarters 52 Broadway 2nd Floor NYC The UFT, in partnership with Barasch & McGarry, invites you to attend a special Free 9/11 Informational Forum to learn about the free health care and compensation available to everyone who was downtown on 9/11 or during the 8 months following. Join a panel of downtown teachers, students, […]