Advocates Cite Research Exploring the Correlation Between 9/11 First-Responders and Health Effects to Ensure WTC Health Program is Funded

Recent research studies explore 9/11 first-responders’ long-term mental and physical health issues, including the risk of respiratory diseases and suicidal ideation related to WTC Disaster Site exposure. Advocates for extending the James Zadroga Act cite many of these recent studies and more to ensure the World Trade Center Health Program is fully funded for victims…

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Woman Arrested for Causing NYPD Car to Burst Into Flames

On Sunday, May 8th, two NYC police officers were injured due to the negligence of another driver. The accident occurred around 10:45 p.m. near 64th Street and Eighth Avenue in Brooklyn, NY.   The officers were driving, with their lights and sirens on, to the scene of a fight when the driver, a 39-year-old woman, failed…

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Caputo and McGrath Obtain $6 Million For Motorcycle Accident Victim

SPBMCC Partners Deanne Caputo and Chris McGrath successfully recovered $6 million for a young woman who suffered severe and life-threatening injuries in a motorcycle crash.    Plaintiff and Her Father Suffer Serious Injuries in Queens Motorcycle Accident   In September 2015, a 23-year-old woman and her father were riding a motorcycle in Queens, New York;…

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