2 NYC Police Get Higher Pensions in Claims of 9/11-Related Cancer

The state’s highest court awarded enhanced pension benefits to two retired New York City police officers who said they were sickened by their work at the World Trade Center site, overturning a pension board’s ruling that their cancers were not related to ground zero.
December 14, 2012

The state’s highest court awarded enhanced pension benefits to two retired New York City police officers who said they were sickened by their work at the World Trade Center site, overturning a pension board’s ruling that their cancers were not related to ground zero.

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