JERSEY CITY (CN) - A woman claims Johnson & Johnson affiliate Cordis "forcibly removed" an oxygen mask she needs for respiratory problems and escorted her from the building after firing her.
Sandra Khalil also claims she was fired because of the health problems for which she needs the oxygen.
She demands severance pay and expenses for her relocation from the company's Puerto Rico offices where the incident allegedly took place. She is represented in Hudson County Court by Winter & Winkler of Livingston, N.J.
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