Workers Oppose Verizon's Request To Stay 911 Case

Law360 (August 6, 2007, 12:00 AM EDT) -- Office cleaners and asbestos workers currently suing Verizon of New York Inc. for health problems caused by cleaning the Verizon building after the World Trade Center attacks have protested the telecommunication company's request for a stay in their proceedings.

Verizon had asked for the stay in July, asserting that the claims of office cleaners and asbestos workers were identical to those of the claims by construction workers, firemen and other litigants who had been removing structural debris and searching for victims during the 911 attacks....
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