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Protecting Veterans and 9/11 First Responders During Another COVID Surge

As we begin 2021, health experts are reporting that we are in the midst of another COVID-19 surge. This particularly impacts groups ranging from small business owners, to health care professionals on the frontline, to immunocompromised veterans. From nurses who are still recovering mentally and emotionally from the first COVID surge, to the total number…

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How Can Restaurant Owners File Business Interruption Claims?

Until the coronavirus pandemic struck, the hospitality industry was thriving in the greater New York area. This widespread disease and its impact on our city and the country were unexpected and unfathomable before it struck. Unfortunately, restaurants have been severely impacted and they are struggling to stay afloat. Many restaurant owners secured funds under the…

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New VCF Directive Allows Families of 9/11 Responders, Residents, and Office Workers Who Die of COVID-19 to File a Claim

In early September, a new VCF directive was announced that would likely allow families of individuals who suffered from a 9/11-related illness, and then passed away from COVID-19, to file a claim under the September 11 Victim Compensation Fund (VCF), according to an article in the New York Post. Firm Senior Partner Nick Papain was featured…

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