Today I handed over critical evidence to some top law firms in New York to help victims of Verizon that were contaminated at the Verizon Building 140 West Street New York, NY.

The evidence has ton of pictures, reports, data, facts, and a mountain of evidence (floor-by-floor) that was released on this CD. I was advised that only a hand full of people have this CD, and it was never meant to be released to the employees!!!!

The CD’s has Asbestos evidence and other evidence that was there pre and post 9/11 Terrorist attack documented at Verizon’s 140 West Street Building

It is heartbreaking to know a company like Verizon has information like this and may never informed their employees know the dangers of working at the building “PRE and POST 911.”

It has come to my attention that the levels of asbestos contamination at Verizon’s 140 West Street Building were documented in a report. THE REPORT WAS ONLY DISTRIBUTED TO A LIMITED AND SELECT GROUP OF VERZION’S UPPER MANAGEMENT. I have been told that a group of Verizon employees have died from cancers after being exposed to TOXINS at Verizon’s 140 West Street Building because they were not provided with the proper safety equipment and they did not have respirators to filter out the TOXINS they were breathing in. In addition other Verizon employees are having SERIOUS health issues (some are terminally ill).

If you are a Verizon employee or no of any Verizon employees who has illnesses after being exposed to the TOXINS in Verizon’s 140 West Street building and at GROUND ZERO. Many others within that building may have had the same medical issues or additional ones as well because of the toxins within that building.

This employee was medically diagnosed with these illnesses and is disabled and in constant pain:

  1. Degenerative spinal disc disease
  2. Fibromyalgia
  3. Peripheral neuropathy
  4. PTSD (Post Traumatic Stress Disorder)
  5. Panic attacks
  6. Anxiety
  7. Depression
  8. Chronic insomnia
  9. Chronic fatigue
  10. Vertigo
  11. GERD (Gastro esophageal reflux disease)
  12. Lowered immune system (immune deficiency)
  13. Chronic Immune Thrombocytopenia (bleeding disorder)

Another first responder was Mark DeBiase. A cell tower technician for AT&T Wireless, he was called in to set up emergency communication equipment at ground zero on Sept. 12. He spent a total of 16 hours there. A biopsy later revealed that Mark had interstitial lung disease, or ILD, which is caused when inhaled substances, like coal dust, severely scar the lung tissue. Mark was on a waiting list for a double lung transplant, but he steadily deteriorated, he died at age

42, leaving a wife and three young sons.

41-year-old Deborah Reeve, developed a serious cough just two years after the attacks and died of mesothelioma in 2004.

I have attached these links which further document the TOXINS and asbestos in the vicinity of GROUND ZERO and Verizon’s 140 West Street building.

If you happen to know anyone at the Verizon Building at 140 West Street in New York, NY – Please have them contact me, as I will be gathering a list of names. There will be more to come. This makes me sick, but it is expected of Verizon – because “Greed has no conscious.”

Send me your name and contact information and I will forward it to the attorneys office:

As Verizon would say: Making Progress Every Day!

“The only thing necessary for evil to triumph is for good men to do nothing.”

Edmund Burke

Neal W. Dias

My Blog Page:

Blog Address (GOOGLE): Bullying at Verizon – Enough is Enough


  • Justice at Verizon
  • Enough is Enough – Stop Workplace Bullying

My Story:

My Speeches:

Healthy Workplace Bill Press Conference in Boston Massachusetts July 7, 2012 (Video):

Healthy Workplace Bill Press Conference in New York April 30, 2012 (Video):

Civil Rights and Anti-Bullying Leadership Summit in Hartford Connecticut at the Legislators Building, August 9, 2012

**(Neal W. Dias – fast forward to 02:41:56 – 02:56:09)**

National Workplace Bullying Press Conference in Washington DC October 15th 2012

Huffington Post Article:

Title: Verizon: Plenty Of Good Middle Class Jobs But Would You Want To Work There?

Newspaper Article About Me:

Healthy Workplace Bill Press Conference in New York April 30, 2012 (Newspaper Article):

Legislative Gazette May 7, 2012

Story on the Massachusetts Healthy Workplace web site June 11, 2012:

Civil Rights and Anti-Bullying Leadership Summit in Hartford Connecticut at the Legislators Building, August 9, 2012 (Flyer)

Press Release Distribution October 11, 2012

News Blaze October 12, 2012

ABC Channel 13 / WE-SET TV The Heart of Virginia October 15, 2012

24/7 Press Releases October 13, 2012

U.S. Politics Today October 15, 2012

National Workplace Bullying Press Conference in Washington DC October 15th 2012


Petition: The Healthy Workplace Bill

Bullying at Verizon – Enough is Enough / Petition:

Enough is Enough – Stop Workplace Bullying / National Petition:

Healthy Workplace Bill:

Healthy Workplace National Bill page:

o PLEASE, click on this link above, then get into you specific state. Once you are in the state of your choice, Click on to your state, and you will see the: “HWCE-Z Letter E-Mailing Tool,” will be right on that page. It will only take one minute as it will allow your state legislators know instantly that you are in support on this “Healthy Workplace Bill.”

Workplace Bullying Institute (WBI) / Unlimited Resources

Undercover Lawyer / State Law Resources for Hostile Work Environment

Oprah (On Workplace Bullying):

National Workplace Bullying Attorney – Carol Ryder:

Attorney Carol Ryder from New York, NY.

Verizon – New York Times in today’s Sunday Business Section.

I want many of you to read this story that is on the front page of the New York Times in today’s Sunday Business Section.

In 2008 I was wrongfully terminated because I decided that I was not going to stand and watch other Verizon employees get bullied and intentionally targeted, by Verizon managers that felt they had the power to destroy many lives and did not care at all about the outcome and may of their targets families.

So in October of 2011 I decided that I was going to ensure that my story about Verizon was going to get out there, and I refused to be silenced about what happened to me and others while working at Verizon.

I then did not ever think that over 65,000 stories would every hit my doorstep and that I would then become so engulfed in to so many people’s lives from around the world on a daily basis. There is not a day that goes by that I do not receive some sort of outreach from someone that just wants to tell me what they been through, or is asking for help, support and / or guidance.

Through this I was able to become a spokesperson for workplace bullying and have had the opportunity to speak in DC, New York, Connecticut and Massachusetts alongside of our politicians, College Professors, and Authors that are trying to enact a “Healthy Workplace Bullying Law” that will help our children’s futures throughout our country.

At one point, I even had the opportunity to be interviewed by Huffington Post.
Huffington Post: Verizon: Plenty Of Good Middle Class Jobs But Would You Want To Work There?

In this process, I have heard so many sad and very disturbing stories of how brutal Verizon and so many of their managers are across this country and even in Hawaii. Verizon culture is brutal and unethical, and no may survive. So many great families have fell apart because it got to them. Some I spoke to, told me about their fathers or husbands had committed suicide and others retaliated against the bullies causing death or injuries, placing them in prison. I have heard it all, and read so many stories that would just make you cry. So many people I never met in person, telling me so many heartbreaking stories, and would just cry on the phone to me. To me it’s truly inexcusable, but it’s just greed and power that helps to formulate this poor behavior.

When your victimized there is so much you are dealing with internally, never mind financially and if you have family that you have to support. Many families that I have spoken to had to separate because it was just too much to handle. They fell behind on their bills, mortgage and things just tricked from there. And when you cannot pay your bills or keep up, they just keep piling up on you, and late fees and charges are compiling as well. You have no way out! Good hardworking family were dwindling away, all because of these ruthless managers at Verizon and so many other companies just let the power go to their heads.

You see, in elementary, middle and high school these children are told to stand up to bullies, but in Corporate America when you stand up to bullies at work, your are punished, retaliated against and often terminated for making a stand for yourself.

So today I want many of you to read this story that is on the front page of the New York Times in today’s Sunday Business Section. It’s about my great friend Mr. Michael Mirsky out of New Jersey, who once worked for Verizon making a nice six figure income like myself, and lost all he had including his family. If this was not good enough, he now has developed a criminal record in the process.

It does not take much to fall backwards, for something it took years to build. Many of us are just a few paychecks from being homeless, and to me what’s the worst of all of this is, Verizon, companies like Verizon and many brutal managers in so many companies like the ones in Verizon could care less about what happened to Mr. Michael Mirsky or others like him, that’s what sad!
What many, may not understand as they read this article is that Mr. Michael Mirsky is a great guy who loved his family and did all the right things. He stood up against the bullies at Verizon in New Jersey and he lost his job for doing so.
So take the time to read this article on Mr. Michael Mirsky – Out of Trouble, but Criminal Records Keep Men Out of Work – By BINYAMIN APPELBAUM


Neal Dias
(Victim of Verizon’s Workplace Bullying)

Verizon Director John Puopolo-  FIRED!!!!

Today is a great day as I heard one of the biggest assholes in Verizon New England was FIRED today.  Director John Puopolo.  He is the biggest asshole going besides AOM Paul McCarthy and AOM Patty Regan of Verizon New England.  Patty Regan was also moved to Medway Dispatch Center a punishment she deserves; hope it’s miserable for you every day!

Now Paul McCarthy and Patty Regan will hopefully follow soon those two losers.

You see, if you have not worked for Verizon and especially Verizon New England you would never understand how bad these three are.

They are ruthless and evil individuals that deserve nothing but for bad things to happen to them.  They have intentionally and maliciously destroyed so many lives, careers and working Verizon families for so many years.  It’s amazing there still alive.

So happy John Poupolo enjoy your termination, its well-deserved!


So many employers especially companies like Verizon are simply screwing their employees with FMLA denials, totally hampering their lives with intent, to then only return to work to receive disciplinary actions.

Here is some information for all of you:

Neal Dias
(Victim of Verizon’s workplace bullying)

I have been asked, “What have you been up to, where have you been?” I can tell you this. I had to get my family back on track and that’s been going very well – Thank God!

I have also been busy still seeking justice for the negligence of my case against Verizon. I have reached out to the judicial system as I provided them with evidence of judicial prejudice within our system. I have put together several pages of evidence and requested the Federal Judge to be investigated for several reasons for his hampering with justice and being bias towards my case. The evidence clearly stated that I was advised of the injustice and judicial roadblocks he was indeed going to place inform of me at my trial, and it indeed happened. The Federal Judicial System and two other federal investigating branches have opened up an investigation on this matter. They have accepted my case and provided me with a file numbers and I am working hard on this as well.

I have also, been very busy working with some very powerful attorneys and law firms in the country to seek restitution for all the victims of Verizon’s wrath. Since 2005 to the present I have obtained a very indebt database of several damaging evidence and information on Verizon which I am working hard at exposing them on a State and Federal Level. At a certain point we will be releasing all this critical information to the public, other law firms, PUC, FCC, Insurance Companies and all the other companies Verizon offers their services to, including all their customers, which we will prove beyond a doubt FRAUD with malice at the highest lever costing Verizon hundreds of millions in fines, damages and lawsuits and possible incarceration for a few.

I have also asked these firms to help all the Verizon employees to take on a class action suit for all the victims of their hostile work environment, which is a violation of all your human rights. I have collected thousands of your stories to help in this fight. It will be proven that this abusive behavior is a taught culture, and they get away with it because of money and power.

Like the movie Civil Action, I knew there was a great chance that I may lose my case because the judicial system is far from perfection and money, connection and power will always take precedence of righteousness. So I prepared for vindication and justice. In the movie, John Travolta lost but then later turned over an abundance of evidence to prove malice which indeed brought him and his victims a greater justice and the defendants (in my case Verizon) even more justice.

My book on Verizon is coming out awesome and I am very happy with it. I am a perfectionist and I am not in a hurry to complete it. I want to ensure that long after I am gone, this book will help to change the abusive workplace behaviors within companies, starting with Verizon.

Lastly, I will always fight for laws protecting victims of workplace bullying, with any and all groups trying to help and aid in this quest. With unity, we can prevail for the best interest of our future generations to come.

So I am here, I am not going anywhere and I will never go away from exposing Verizon in every fashion with the utmost truthful and factual evidence – FOREVER.

Neal Dias
(Victim of Verizon Workplace Bullying

My great friend and Filmmaker, “Richard Santiago” has not only directed a few documentaries on Workplace Bullying, he’s now putting together a “FREE” monthly informational newspaper called “The Truth.” The Truth focused on Workplace Bullying.

What a great job he did on his first issue, read below:

Rich will be looking for more of your stories to share to keep this paper alive. Rich would also like to post updates on the progression of the Workplace Bill that is active in many states, hoping to bring the needed attention to this hurtful and demoralizing crime.

If anyone is hosting Workplace Bullying Shows on any station, please contact Rich and he will post it in his newspaper.

If you want to be added to the email list to receive a FREE monthly subscription to “The Truth,” please email Rich to let him know.

Please contact Rich for your stories, updates and for a free subscription at the email:

Neal Dias

(Victim of Verizon’s Workplace Bullying)

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Verizon Class Action Suit – its time

The time has come and we have plenty of names, stories and plenty of evidence from across the country to go forward in a Class Action Suit against Verizon Communication. Like anything; especially in our US Court System (which is quite corrupted) there is no guarantee of success. But what helps a class action suit is the similar circumstances that caused by a company (here being Verizon) to many victims, (being you in both Union and Management) that caused you any pain and suffering. In a class action suit a victim is not judged my color, religion statue, sexual preference or gender, it is the unified violation here being the Verizon Code of Conduct and the US Laws.

1. What is a class action?
A class action is a type of lawsuit in which the claims and rights of many people are decided in a single case. Specific plaintiffs are named in the lawsuit to assert the claims of the entire class so that everyone with the same claim or injury doesn’t have to file their own separate lawsuit. Also, because they allow people whose damages are too small to warrant an individual lawsuit to try their cases together, class actions can often be the only practical way to stop illegal practices and recover ill-gotten gains. Class action suits have allowed individual people to stand up against the most powerful industries in the world and to hold them accountable for their actions.
You see as many of you have expressed, you are having a hard time taking on Verizon by yourself and many attorneys will not take the case. Why is that? It is because it’s very expensive and Verizon has endless financial resources to drain an average and / or small law firm, it becomes almost impossible to win, but you can win.

Here are a few question and answers for all of you to read in reference to a class action which

2. What types of cases can be brought as class actions?
Employment Class Actions: Employment class action lawsuits are typically brought on behalf of employees of a company for violations of the Labor Code, such as unpaid overtime, failure to provide breaks, as well as claims ranging from safety violations to systematic workplace discrimination.

3. How does a case become a class action?
A class action is generally initiated by one or more people who feel that they, along with a group of other people, have been wronged. A lawyer then files suit on behalf of the individual(s) and the class. At the appropriate time, the lawyer files a motion asking the court to formally recognize the case as a class action. If the court grants that motion, the other people who were similarly wronged are notified of the class action and are given an opportunity to participate in the class action as a member of the “class.”

4. How many people are needed for a class action?
Although it sometimes helps if several people are named as plaintiffs in the suit, a single person is generally enough to file a lawsuit so long as the attorney for the class has a good faith belief that a number of other people were injured in a similar way. It generally takes at least 30-50 people with similar claims, and sometimes many more, to qualify as a class action.

5. How much does a class action cost?
Generally, the lawyer advances all of the costs and fees and, if the lawsuit is successful, petitions the court to award attorney fees and reimburse out-of-pocket costs. If the case is unsuccessful, the plaintiff’s lawyer absorbs the loss.

6. Why would I want my case to become a class action?
People have different reasons for taking part in class actions. Many class members take pride in forcing a giant corporation that is breaking the law to change its ways and in helping to recover often millions of dollars for the other victims. Others bring class actions to recover money that was illegally taken from them, recognizing that they couldn’t afford to pay a lawyer’s hourly fees to bring an individual suit and that their individual claim isn’t large enough to attract a lawyer who works on contingency.

7. Are class representatives entitled to any additional compensation?
If a class action is successful in winning relief for the class, most courts, understanding that class actions can be a powerful tool for consumers’ rights in society and are to be encouraged, provide class representatives with “incentive awards.” Judges are typically given broad discretion in deciding whether these awards are appropriate and in setting the amounts of the awards, which can range from hundreds of dollars to over $50,000. In deciding how much, if anything, to award to the class representatives, courts look at factors such as the amount of involvement of the class representative and the size of the recovery for the class. Typically, the Mills Firm has been able to secure an award of $20,000 for the class representative.

8. How do I choose a class action attorney?
There are many very good class action attorneys in the United States. Because class action law is fairly specialized, you should look for an attorney with significant class action experience. Additionally, because there are many different types of class actions, look for a lawyer who has specific experience in the type of class action you wish to bring. In other words, an attorney who regularly brings consumer class actions might not be the best choice for a securities class action and vice-versa. Finally, it is a good idea to ask any lawyer you’re considering a lot of questions before hiring him or her. For example, you might want to find out if he or she or a subordinate will be the “lead attorney” on your case. You should also ask how many cases the firm is currently handling – is yours going to be one of 30 or one of 300? Make sure you understand what’s expected of you as the class representative, and always insist on a written representation agreement.

Today it’s time for all of you at Verizon to join in and make Verizon Accountable for years of ABUSIVE BEHAVIORS. I am going to file a Class Action Lawsuit against Verizon on behalf of management and union members for:
• Abuse of power
• Intentional infliction causing emotion pain and suffering and physical pain
• Loss of quality of life
• Emotional distress
• Causing and supporting a hostile work environment
• Negligence to correct the action
• Undue Stress
• Willful and malicious abuse causing severe emotional distress
• Creating and supporting an abusive work environment
• And Pain and suffering

So what do we do and from here? It is very hard to do this with one person, and try and locate a law firm all across the country in each state, it would take too long. But if many of us on our own just Google “Class Action Attorneys or Class Action Law Firms”” in each of our own state we can achieve this goal very fast. If we do this from every part of this country we can and will locate a firm to take this case on. You can go on their web sites and get the email for each attorney or partner it’s easy.

Below I will provide a short letter asking if the law firm would like to represent the past and many present victims of Verizon Abusive Behaviors that caused many, such harm.

Once we find a law firm I will post on all the Facebook pages and both my WordPress pages as well as email every newspapers and media sources in the country. I also have the emails of all you CWA / IBEW Union Heads and offices all across the country and have been emailing them information for the past few years as well. Some post and others do not but I will send to all of them anyway. I also will be sending this to all your CWA / IBEW offices as well after this is posted asking them to get this message out as well.

For the employees at Verizon pass this on by word internal emails, text messages and post on union board in every office in the country pass this word on in every way you can.
We are going to use their own Verizon Code of Conduct against them. They printed their laws but never follow them unless it’s convenient for them. It’s time to use it in our favor and expose the truth about Verizon.

USE THIS LETTER and fill in the blanks with the Attorney’s Name or Law Firm, if a Class Action Firm does not specialize in our type of case, they may refer to get a refer fee, so let them decide and just email it out to them:

Dear Attorney ———–,

There are several of us at Verizon from across the country that has evidence to prove that Verizon has treated its employees in a harmful manner that has violated our human rights and the laws of our great country. The abuse has taken place for several years and has caused past and present employees emotional devastation. So today, many of us have decided to reach out across the country looking for a law firm to represent us in a court of law.

We need to know that you have no affiliation whatsoever with Verizon Communication. As this lawsuit will be against them!

It has been too many years that we have suffered from:
• Abuse of power
• Intentional infliction causing emotion pain and suffering and physical pain
• Loss of quality of life
• Emotional distress
• The Causing and supporting a hostile work environment
• Negligence to correct the action
• Undue Stress
• Willful and malicious abuse causing severe emotional distress
• Creating and supporting an abusive work environment
• And Pain and suffering

We are requesting if your firm would represent us on behalf of many managers and union members. We will provide you endless facts, evidence, grievances filed, arbitrations hearings dates and time, deposition to prove it’s not an isolated event and in fact is the culture expected from the top down.

The person leading this class action lawsuit if Mr. Neal W. Dias and you can reach him at: 774-991-4949, or Mr. Dias intern will notify all of us if your firm will represent us and then we will provide you with all the essential evidence, statements and whatever else you need to win this case.

We hope that you and your law firm seriously consider taking on this case, as we need to find a resolution and finally justice for these criminal acts caused by Verizon.

Sincerely yours,

(Your name and contact information)

Everyone, without a doubt, this action demanding a Healthier Work Environment will gain national attention and when we get a law firm to take this on this case will possible make history on change and an Unprecedented Monetary Value, and this is the only way Verizon will listen.

I do believe if it goes forward, it will be the most historic and largest class action law suit in the history of this country again for Verizon for the abusive behavior which has caused so many (in the past and the present) loss of their quality of their life. It is time that we unify together to do this to complaint against them for creating such an intolerable work environment.

So many of you complained for too long and nothing has been done because you have done in on your own but in a group we can win.

“Injustice anywhere is a threat to justice everywhere.”-Martin Luther King

Neal W. Dias


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