Lawsuits and 9/11 Health Issues
December 14th, 2006

Continued revelations about how damaging 9/11’s environmental effects were to the health of rescue workers and residents are expected to lead to waves of litigation. Kenneth Feinberg, the man who headed the 9/11 Victims Compensation Fund, which gave $7 billion to injured survivors and to the families of those who died in the attacks in large part to avoid lawsuits, writes in the New York Times today that he thinks that a similar formula could be used to deal with them.

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