Free medical benefits for people who worked, lived, went to school in Lower Manhattan during 9/11

LOWER MANHATTAN — Over 200 people gathered in lower Manhattan Monday to learn more about medical benefits they are entitled to if they worked, lived or went to school near ground zero on 9/11 and the eight-months following.

The informational forum was organized by the United Teachers Federation and the Barasch & McGarry lawfirm, which represents over 15,000 people who have fallen sick after 9/11, including first responders.

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