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"The whole team worked night and day to deliver an outstanding settlement."
"The staff is punctual, detail-oriented, passionate, and organized."
"Keep up the great work!"
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Miguel Susana
a month ago
I can not say thank you enough, to appreciate the dedication of all the staff members at: Barasch Mcgarry Salzman & Penson. They produce results, are attentive to any question and concern regarding your WTC case. I'm very grateful to Mr. Michael A. Barrasch, for calling me back when i needed answers, and Ms. Mariya Atanasova for helping me with my case. thank you so much.
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Thomas Rachko
2 months ago
I would like to thank the Barasch McGarry Salzman & Pension law firm along with all their employees for handling My 911 VCF Claim in a very professional and timely matter. All of my questions were always answered in a timely and accurate manner. Unfortunately I believe my health is still being adversely affected by my post 911 exposure but I am happy and completely confident that Mr. Barasch, his partners and staff will be there to handle any related legal matters. I highly endorse this outstanding Law Firm. Thank you. Tom Rachko
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Diane Cade
5 months ago
I am extremely grateful to Michael Barasch and his entire team for the enormous amount of work they have done on behalf of all of us who have suffered as a result of this tragedy. They have made our burdens much easier to bear and have fought tirelessly for us when we were unable to fight for ourselves. Their honesty and compassion is evident in these testamonials. Special thanks to Lee London and to Francesca for your kindness today.
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Charles Williams
2 months ago
I can't say enough about how great the firm of Barasch McGarry Salzman & Penson have been in fighting for all those who were invovled and injured in any way at the World Trade Center on that horrific day and all the days to follow. They fought to get the benefits for everyone so that the could put their lives back together as best as possible. If it weren't for all their hard work many people would not be able to get the help they so deperately need. Thank You from me and my family Charlie Williams (retired FDNY Bat. 9)
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Joseph Maganza
2 months ago
Mr. Michael Barasch, McGarry, and the rest of your terrific firm, and in particular: Francesca Oliva, Laura DeFrancisci, Nicole Rang, & Eva Bourke. Thank you all for your dedication & work on my particular case. I'm aware of your commitment to the magnitude of work for all of the First Responders who were injured on 911. Your professionalism, courtesy, prompt & informative replies to my many questions were sincerely appreciated during the various stages of my case. The reasons for my settlement was generally explained in your literature, and understood & appreciated. Hopefully I won't have to use your firm again for any other "911 medical problems". Thank You. Retired FDNY Captain.
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Thomas S
2 months ago
I would like to thank the law firm of Barasch McGarry and the entire staff. I was referred to them by a friend and from first contact I was treated with respect be very person at the firm. I was kept informed of the status of the process and received excellent professional advice. In the end, the outcome was very favorable and the time frame was a fast as possible. I know the entire team at the Barasch McGarry Law Firm contributed to a positive outcome but I would like to extend special thanks to Maria Atanasova - the attorney assigned to me, for her efforts. There was never a call, inquiry or e mail to Maria that was not answered in a timely manner and with accurate information. I know that Michael Barasch works tirelessly as an advocate of all who worked at WTC. His efforts to influence Congress to do the right thing and pass the New, Zadroga Bill should be applauded. His use of Social Media to bring national attention to the situation WTC workers were facing had a large impact on the final passage of the bill. Thank You.
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Response from the owner - 2 months ago
Tom, thank you for your kind words. It is indeed an honor to represent the 9/11 community and fight for their rights. It is gratifying when clients like you take the time to publically express your appreciation for the tireless work done by my loyal staff. The support from our clients has been overwhelming. We will not stop advocating for your rights until Congress does the right thing and extends the Victim Compensation Fund past 2020. Sincerely, Michael Barasch
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DAVID LAMAR
3 months ago
A special thanks for your persistent efforts and patience. I know at times I I became overwhelmed, side tracked or frustrated with the shear volume and repetitiveness of information your office requested over the years. My family and I would like to thank you for your representation and for keeping me focused and informed.
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boxing guy50
3 months ago
I would like to Thank Barasch, McGarry, Salzman & Penson Law Firm for representing me during my Zadroga Bill Case for the work I have done at the WTC as a firefighter immediately after the collapse of the Towers. Over the years they have answered countless questions concerning my case including the paperwork in adding cancer I was diagnosed with after my initial filing. My recent settlement on my case was fair and what was expected as explained by the firm. Though I did not talk to Mr Barasch at all, I dealt with my lawyer rep Mr Lee London, who was very helpful in explaining my case items. I would like to add that if and when your settlements get approved, meet your representative face to face at the Park Place office. There ,Mr Barasch explained to me my legal rights should I incur another WTC disease now that my case has been settled. He also explained to what rights & law case my wife and Family have if I should die from my WTC diseases over the next few years. There are a few items that were discussed post-settlement that I was unaware about and Mr Barasch made it clear what they are. A trip into the city well worth its time. Thank You Mr Michael Barasch and Mr Lee London.
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Original Article: http://europe.newsweek.com/september-11-attacks-cancer-fukushima-chernobyl-downtown-manhattan-ground-zero-499883
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"Dr Lucchini’s findings come as no surprise to me or the attorneys at my firm. We represent thousands of sick people in the 9/11 community every day. They tell us the sad news that they have been diagnosed with one or more of the 68 cancers that NIOSH has linked to the WTC toxic dust." - Michael Barasch
 
In a yet to be published paper, Dr. Roberto Lucchini of the World Trade Center Health Program compared the findings of health programs established around the world in the aftermath of major environmental disasters.

Original Article: http://europe.newsweek.com/september-11-attacks-cancer-fukushima-chernobyl-downtown-manhattan-ground-zero-499883
Michael Barasch's Response: http://www.post911attorneys.com/blog/fallout-from-911-attacks-on-par-with-fukushima-and-chernobyl-researcher-says/
Cancers Caused by 9/11: http://www.post911attorneys.com/post-911/cancers/
68 Cancers Linked to WTC Dust: http://www.post911attorneys.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/668/2015/06/CancerlistingFinal.pdf
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