NU Online News Service, May 19, 2:24 p.m. EDT–At least two more proceedings will be held in the wake of Monday's toxic cleanup verdict in California against five insurers, an attorney said.

The Riverside County Superior Court panel found that the carriers on trial must provide funds for a multi-million dollar cleanup of a major Superfund waste site in Glen Avon, Calif. known as the Stringfellow Acid Pits.

Trial Judge Erik Kaiser, who is due to determine the amount that the carriers must pay has yet to set a date for the award, which lawyers said had the potential to go well above $50 million.

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