The James Zadroga 9/11 Health and Compensation Act of 2010 is the most current federal legislation helping to provide health monitoring and financial aid to workers who became sick or injured due to the WTC attack on 9/11. It was signed into law on Jan.2 2011 by President Obama. The bill approved $4.2 billion in funding to establish the World Trade Center Health Program, which provides testing and treatment for the first responders, recovery crews and others injured or ill as a result of the event. The bill is named for James Zadroga, a New York officer who died from a respiratory disease, the first death determined to be caused by toxic exposure during his participation in rescue and recovery operations following the September 11 attacks. Do you have a legitimate claim for misfortune due to the 9/11 WTC attack? Call us now to find out if you are entitled to benefits.