Robert Reidlinger points out that the Sharesa Price brain tumour case was a workers compensation claim and not a claim against the cell phone company. The judge awarded her $30,000 to pay her medical bills and other expenses. The importance, even though it was such a small amount, is that it set a legal precedent that cell phone radiation could cause a brain tumour. That’s why according to Robert that the industry is fighting so hard to not have the science heard in the class action lawsuits.
Links to a few articles on the 2008 Sharesa Price brain tumour case:
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