Remembering 9/11

“We came in as individuals. And we’ll walk out together.”
-- Joe Bradley, Operating Engineer and Recovery Worker at Ground Zero, May 2002.

Wiggins Childs Pantazis Fisher & Goldfarb would like to take the time to remember all the lives lost on September 11th, 2001. While time continues to pass, the horrors of that day live on in our memories, but also in the work we do. Over the last 17 years, we have worked on behalf of families of 9/11 victims not for money damages, but for answers about that infamous day. Though we have obtained judgments on behalf of family members that exceed billions of dollars, the untold losses rise far beyond any dollar compensation.


While our courtroom successes for these judgments has been tremendously successful, it is our fight for truth that ignites our passion for these sensitive cases. The rewards we gain as a firm are strong relationships with incredible families. We have watched the babies of victims grow up into adults, marrying, now with babies of their own. We are proud to represent such amazing, resilient individuals who welcome us into their worlds and trust us year after year to fight for truth on their behalf.


The Wiggins Childs Pantazis Fisher & Goldfarb team continues to work for these causes in our 9/11 cases. While money damages are the only judgments we can seek within the confines of the courtroom, our true objective is to help bring closure to the families with whom we have worked so closely for so many years. We would like to acknowledge today on behalf of the many affected families and the lives lost 17 years ago. May we never forget and may we never stop fighting.


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