Turley Hansen & Rosasco one of the country’s top 9/11 Victim Compensation Fund law firms. We currently represent over 1600 9/11 victims and first responders. We have recovered almost $100 million from the September 11th Victim Compensation Fund for our clients to date.

Turley Hansen & Rosasco, LLP brings together the unique experience of one of New York’s top trial attorneys, Daniel J. Hansen, with the 9/11 experience of of New York’s premier workers’ compensation/Social Security disability law firms, Turley Redmond, Rosasco & Rosasco, LLP.

Turley Hansen’s powerful combination of legal skills directly benefits our 9/11 clients. We are equipped to assist with all of the legal needs of the 9/11 community, such as workers’ compensation, Social Security Disability, and other similar benefits.  Our success in handling disability claims has provided our clients with the legal basis for large awards from the Victim Compensation Fund.

Since 2011, our informative website, www.ZadrogaClaimsInfo.com, has kept the 9/11 community “in the know” about the James Zadroga 9/11 Health and Compensation Act of 2010, its recent Reauthorization, and the Victim Compensation Fund. We actively assisted the “Citizens for the Extension of the James Zadroga Act” pass the recent $7 billion Reauthorization law enacted December 18, 2015.

We now represent nearly 1600 9/11 first responders and lower Manhattan residents in their Victim Compensation Fund claims. To date, we have obtained almost $100 million dollars in awards for our 9/11 clients.  It would be an honor to represent you or your family before the Victim Compensation Fund, whether your condition involves respiratory problems, cancer or other 9/11 illnesses.

Call us today at 1-855-WTC-INFO (1-855-982-4636) to discuss a potential 9/11 claim through the Victim Compensation Fund. Every potential new 9/11 client will speak to an attorney no matter how small or how large your claim.

The Team’s Partners

Daniel J. Hansen, Esq. 

danielDaniel J. Hansen is one of New York’s top trial lawyers. With over 25 years of experience earned in the trenches of the New York Courts, he has been a fierce advocate with an unrelenting dedication that has resulted in over one hundred million dollars in awards for his clients, including many million dollar awards at the 9/11 Victim Compensation Fund.

In his relentless pursuit of justice for his clients, Daniel has taken on and won some of the most difficult cases. He won a record-setting $19.6 million verdict after a month-long civil rights trial (defended by no fewer than three law firms), a $5 million payment during trial for a fruit vendor hit by a bus, fracturing his legs, a $3.85 million trial verdict for a union construction worker injured by a fall from a ladder, a $3.2 million settlement for a construction worker who fell from a scaffold, and a payout of nearly $10 million to a mother and her child in a medical malpractice birth injury case.

Daniel has applied his formidable trial skills to successfully representing about one thousand victims of the September 11th terrorist attacks. Daniel and his partners at Turley Hansen & Partners, LLP, have obtained millions of dollars in awards for victims of the 9/11 terrorist attacks, including lower Manhattan area residents and local area workers, construction laborers, electricians, ironworkers, operating engineers, transit workers, sanitation workers, commercial cleaners, Con Ed workers, Verizon workers, NYS Office of the Medical Examiner doctors and nurses, NYPD officers, FDNY members, EMTs and ambulance workers, Red Cross volunteers, National Guardsmen, FBI special agents, and countless other heroes from all over the United States.

Daniel has devoted years of efforts advocating for the victims of the 9/11 attacks, including contacting members of Congress to provide assistance to his clients, and has provided written testimony in connection with federal hearings in support of all 9/11 victims.

Daniel has taught and lectured other lawyers, written articles for publication, and made frequent television and radio appearances to advocate for the 9/11 heroes, including on CNN, Fox News, and CBS. Daniel is proud of his service of engaging in grassroots community outreach, and he regularly supports other victims’ advocates, and actively supported the James Zadroga 9/11 Health and Compensation Reauthorization Act.


B.S., University of Massachusetts at Amherst

J.D., Hofstra University School of Law


Troy G. Rosasco, Esq.

troyTroy G. Rosasco is one of the leading 9/11 attorneys in the country. He represented his first 9/11 victim in 2001 soon after the attacks on a pro-bono basis, and has been representing 9/11 first responders and victims ever since. 

With over 27 years of  legal experience, he has represented 9/11 victims and their families in compensation claims ranging from cancer to lung conditions to PTSD.   His practice has spanned all areas of disability benefits law, including 9/11 Zadroga Victim Compensation Fund claims, New York Workers’ Compensation claims, and Social Security Disability claims.,

In addition to his duties at Turley Hansen & Rosasco, LLP, Troy Rosasco is an Adjunct Professor of Law at St. John’s University School of Law where he teaches a course on 9/11 law, workers’ compensation and Social Security disability law. He has lectured on the 9/11 Victim Compensation Fund to Supreme Court Justices and staff attorneys at the Appellate Division, Second Department, of the New York State Supreme Court. Various news organizations such as Newsday, Fox News and the British Broadcasting Corporation (BBC) have interviewed him on 9/11 related claim matters.

One of Mr. Rosasco’s unique qualities is his experience coordinating different types of claims in order to protect and maximize all benefits for his 9/11 clients. With a combination of compassion, experience, and aggressive advocacy, he has prosecuted literally thousands of disability claims and collected multi-millions of dollars for clients over his twenty five year legal career.


B.S., Cornell University, 1985

J.D., St. John’s University School of Law, 1989