Who is a 9/11 responder and who is a survivor?

On 9/11, as thousands of people rushed out of the Twin Towers, firefighters, paramedics, police officers, and other rescue workers rushed in to help those in need. These people are called first responders. Survivors are individuals who were injured during the terrorist attacks and who needed help from the responders.

Survivors are the people who were injured during 9/11, while responders are those who helped survivors

The principal first responders on 9/11 were the Fire Department of New York, the New York Police Department, the Port Authority Police Department, and the Mayor's Office of Emergency Management. While attempting to help the survivors, 343 first responders lost their lives. At the crash and above, 1,360 people died. Below the crash line, 72 died, and more than 4,000 survived. People who helped those injured during the terrorist attacks are known as responders, whereas those injured are known as survivors.

Do you struggle with a disease or injury as a result of the 9/11 attacks? If so, we strongly encourage you to contact our toxic exposure attorneys, who can help you obtain money from the Victim Compensation Fund. The legal process is simple and will require minimal involvement on your part, as we understand that victims often suffer from serious illnesses or injuries. With over three decades of experience in filing toxic exposure claims, we are ready to offer you the assistance you need.

Our skilled attorneys can help you recover money from the 9/11 Victim Compensation Fund

Our legal team has the necessary experience, resources, skills, and knowledge to provide you with quality assistance if you are a 9/11 responder or survivor who struggles with a disease or injury as a consequence of the attacks. The only documents necessary to review your case are proof of your presence in the Exposure Zone at the time of the attacks and your medical records with your diagnosis. Because we understand how overwhelming struggling with a serious disease or injury can be, we will do all in our power to simplify the legal process for you. If we determine that you are eligible, our diligent attorneys will go to great lengths to recover the maximum compensation you deserve for your suffering.

Other related questions

See more questions