Today the Senate declared that it has not forgotten our 9/11 heroes. The Senate has passed a bill that will provide much-needed money, $4.3 billion, to cover healthcare costs for first responders who became ill from working at the site of the Sept. 11, 2001, terrorist attacks in New York City. It is now up to the House to act. Under the bill, as many as 25,000 victims who died or had their health negatively affected by World Trade Center attack would be eligible to enroll in the program. Both physical and mental illness would be addressed. The victims would be able to prepare and file claims in the Fund. From my experience representing claimants in the first Victim Compensation Fund, it is crucially important that the claims be properly prepared because the Fund administrators will require reliable information before making awards. If for example, a person is disabled from work, whoever prepares the claim must provide not only the proof that the person can't work, but also the economic losses, both past and future, associated with the person's disability. I hope to hear that the House passes the bill and the President signs it before Christmas. It is the right thing to do.
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