Pitta & Baione LLP

Latest from Pitta & Baione LLP

September 11, 2001 permanently altered our country and the lives of countless victims and their families. Long after the rubble was moved and the new One World Center went up, individuals are still facing horrendous diagnoses of life-altering, and often fatal, diseases and health conditions. We now know that past exposure to the toxic dust

Co-founders Christopher J. Baione and Matthew J. Baione were named 2023 New York Super Lawyers “Rising Stars.” This distinction isn’t a new one for Pitta & Baione’s partners. Both Christopher and Matthew have been named a personal injury Rising Star for six consecutive years since 2018. The award is a testament to their longstanding commitment

There was a much-anticipated shift from Logistics Health Incorporated (LHI) to Managed-Care Associates (MCA) – a division of Sedgwick – which is a company recognized for processing workers’ compensation claims. Unfortunately,according to watchdog 9/11 Health Watch, MCA-Sedgwick is failing 9/11 victims. Some qualifying individuals who receive medical monitoring or treatment through the World Trade

Monoclonal Gammopathy of Undetermined Significance (MGUS) is a benign condition that many 9/11 toxin exposure victims have been diagnosed with. Periodically, the World Trade Center Health Program (WTCHP) will provide updates regarding what medical services are covered under the program. While MGUS is not a cancer and not considered a 9/11-related condition by