Although we are very proud of the large compensation awards we have obtained for our 9/11 clients, we are just as proud of the many smaller awards we obtain for clients every day. Regardless of the severity of your 9/11 related medical condition, call us today at 1-855-982-4636 to find out how much compensation you may be entitled to from the September 11th Victim Compensation Fund.

  1. $3.4 million for lower Manhattan area worker disabled by breast cancer. Turley Hansen represented and won Social Security Disability benefits for our client.
  2. $2.1 million for NYPD police officer with disabling COPD and related breathing problems.
  3. $1.7 million for a EMT first responder disabled by rectal cancer and anal cancer. Turley Hansen & Rosasco represented and won Social Security Disability benefits for our client.
  4. $1.66 million for NYC firefighter disabled due to asthma, GERD, sleep apnea, and RADS (reactive airway disease). Turley Hansen & Rosasco obtained this award that was made in addition to our client’s FDNY disability pension.
  5. $1.4 million for an lower Manhattan area worker disabled by colorectal cancer. Turley Hansen & Rosasco represented and won Social Security Disability benefits for our client.
  6. $1.4 million for NYC Police Officer with multiple breathing problems resulting in both 3/4 WTC pension and Social Security disability benefits.
  7. $1.3 million for Tully Construction concrete worker disabled by multiple severe breathing problems including COPD. 
  8. $1.2 million for a Local 32-BJ cleaner disabled by stage IV brain cancer and breast cancer that required extensive chemotherapy, radiation treatment, and multiple surgeries. Turley Hansen & Rosasco coordinated and won Social Security Disability benefits for our client.
  9. $1.2 million for Emergency Medical Technician (EMT) permanently disabled by COPD, Reactive airway disease (RADS), Asthma, GERD and sleep apnea. Turley Hansen $ Rosasco coordinated and won Social Security Disability and New York workers’ compensation benefits for our client
  10. $1.2 million for a NYPD detective first responder disabled by metastatic melanoma (skin cancer) and COPD (Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease).
  11. $1.1 million for FDNY Lieutenant with COPD and disabling respiratory disorders.
  12. $1.1 million for a disabled construction worker by undifferentiated high grade pleomorphic undifferentiated sarcoma cancer that required radical resection of sciatic nerve and hamstring muscle.
  13. $1.1 million for NYC Sanitation worker disabled by Interstitial lung disease and chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD)
  14. $1.0 million on an “expedited dire circumstances” basis for New York State Court Officer with colon cancer prior to death. Turley Hansen & Rosasco now pursuing related separate VCF death claim for widow.
  15. $992,637 for a NYPD police officer with testicular cancer and prostate cancer.
  16. $986,984 for NYC Housing Authority maintenance worker with COPD, severe breathing problems and sleep apnea.
  17. $923,950 for a crash site construction worker disabled by non-Hodgkin’s lymphoma.
  18. $963,100 for Verizon cable splicer with nasal and sinus cancer requiring surgery.
  19. $854,824 for for NYPD officer with colon and rectal cancer requiring surgery and chemotherapy.
  20. $829,352 for Wall Street broker with sarcoidosis and asthma.
  21. $819,675 for a volunteer firefighter first responder disabled by rectal cancer and respiratory diseases.
  22. $800,000 on appeal for for NYPD officer. Increased original $10,000 award officer received from a different 9/11 law firm by $790,000 on same set of facts. Prior law firm did not recognize a major element of damages for lost earnings.
  23. $708,906 for a FDNY EMT first responder disabled by severe asthma, sinusitis, obstructive sleep apnea, and esophageal reflux (GERD). Turley Hansen represented and won Social Security Disability benefits for our client.
  24. $702,402 for a NYPD police officer first responder disabled by severe asthma.
  25. $699,074 for a NYC hospital paramedic first responder disabled by Hodgkin’s lymphoma stage IV B (blood cancer).
  26. $685,521 for an FDNY EMT first responder disabled by severe asthma, Barrett’s esophagus, esophageal reflux, GERD, chronic rhinitis, and traumatic back injuries.
  27. $658,331 for an area worker disabled by chronic bronchitis, and esophageal reflux (GERD).
  28. $612,031 for an area worker below Canal Street disabled by breast cancer requiring surgery.
  29. $585,917 for a NYPD first responder disabled by chronic lymphoid leukemia (blood cancer).
  30. $554,714 for a Ground Zero construction worker disabled by a traumatic knee injury.
  31. $488,043 for a volunteer first responder disabled by severe asthma and sinusitis.
  32. $440,709 for a NYPD police officer first responder disabled by severe asthma, obstructive sleep apnea, and esophageal reflux.
  33. $439,826 for a NYPD police officer first responder partially disabled by kidney cancer, skin cancer, severe asthma, sinusitis, chronic rhinitis, obstructive sleep apnea, and chronic cough.
  34. $378,488 for a MTA repair worker disabled by severe asthma, chronic rhinitis, esophageal reflux, obstructive chronic bronchitis, and sinusitis.
  35. $375,000 for a volunteer firefighter first responder suffering from colon cancer, liver cancer, and spleen cancer requiring multiple surgeries and chemotherapy.
  36. $340,000 for an lower Manhattan area resident suffering from thyroid cancer.
  37. $340,000 for an FDNY EMS first responder suffering from thyroid cancer, skin cancer, and urinary tract cancer.
  38. $340,000 for an NYPD first responder suffering from throat cancer, lung cancer, and skin cancer.
  39. $250,000 for an lower Manhattan area worker suffering from multiple myeloma blood cancer.
  40. $250,000 for an MTA worker suffering from bladder cancer requiring surgery and annual cystoscopy.
  41. $250,000 for construction tool shed worker with prostate cancer requiring removal.
  42. $250,000 pain & suffering award only on an expedited “dire needs” basis for Wall Street executive with untreatable bile duct cancer.  *Able to obtain award within five weeks of being retained and seven weeks after client was diagnosed with cancer. Turley Hansen & Rosasco will continue pursuing loss of earnings claim and all other benefits.