This Claim Assistance Site is now closed.
Manhattan Claim Assistance Site
One Hudson Square, 75 Varick Street, New York, NY 10013
What is the September 11th Victim Compensation Program:
Who Should Visit the Claims Assistance Site:
||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.
What Is Available:
||Potential claimants who want to learn more about the Victim Compensation Fund Program.
Potential claimants can walk in and talk to customer service representatives about the following:
Potential claimants can also pick up the following information:
- Learn more about the program
- Ask questions about eligibility, compensation, and the application process
- Get information about other resources available
- 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 Tables
Hours of Operation:
September 11th Victim Compensation Fund
Claims Assistance Site
One Hudson Square, 75 Varick Street, 2nd Floor (at the corner of Canal Street and Varick Street)
New York, NY 10013
Please identify yourself as a potential claimant when you enter the lobby. You will be directed or escorted to the Claims Assistance Site Office.
Directions via Public Transportation:
||This Claim Assistance Site is now closed.
- Number 1 or Number 9 subway to Varick and Canal, right outside 75 Varick
- C/E subway to Sixth Avenue and Canal, one short block from 75 Varick
- N/R subway to Broadway and Canal, about two avenue blocks from 75 Varick
- Number 6 subway to Lafayette Street and Canal, about three avenue blocks from 75 Varick
- M10 downtown bus stops in front of 75 Varick
- M6 uptown bus stops at Sixth Avenue and Canal, one short block from 75 Varick
For more information, please call [removed] (within the US) or [removed] (if outside the US).
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