This Claim Assistance Site is now closed.

Long Island Claim Assistance Site
401 Broad Hollow Road, Melville NY 11747

What is the September 11th Victim Compensation Program:
This is a voluntary, Federally-funded program that provides compensation to eligible individuals or relatives of individuals who were killed or physically injured as a result of the terrorist-related aircraft crashes of September 11, 2001.
Who Should Visit the Claim Assistance Site:
Potential claimants who want to learn more about the Victim Compensation Fund Program.
What Is Available:
Potential claimants can walk in and talk to customer service representatives about the following:
* Learn more about the program
* Ask questions about eligibility, compensation, and the application process
* Get information about other resources available

Potential claimants can also pick up the following information:
* The Interim Final Regulations
* The Eligibility Form and Application for Advance Benefits (with instructions)
* Frequently Asked Questions and Answers about the program
* Presumed Economic and Non-Economic Loss
September 11th Victim Compensation Fund
Claims Assistance Site
401 Broad Hollow Road, 3rd Floor
Melville, NY 11747

Please identify yourself as a potential claimant when you enter the lobby. You will be directed or escorted to the Claims Assistance Site Office.
Hours of Operation:
This Claim Assistance Site is now closed.
  • From the Long Island Expressway: Go east to Exit 49 South (Route 110). Proceed on service road heading east. Go through the second light. We are located in the Sbarro building on the right (401 Broad Hallow). Parking is available in the back of the building
  • Public Transportation: Take the Long Island Railroad to the Huntington Station, located at Route 110 and Broadway. Go south on Route 110. Go over Route 495 (Long Island Expressway). 401 Broad Hollow, the Sbarro building, is immediately on your left. This is about a ten-minute cab trip

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