Legal Issues

Insurance Industries and Manufacturers
Insurance companies recognize EMFs as an emerging risk and are excluding coverage.

Dr. Devra Davis explains the legal ramifications in a lecture to Australia's New South Wales University Law School in November 2015. She is joined by renowned neurosurgeon Dr. Charlie Teo for the Question and Answer segment where he calls for National Cell Phone Right To Know Legislation: 

See also Dr. Davis' Environmental Health Trust website for coverage of additional legal actions:

There is an increasing number of legal cases stemming from EMF health concerns:
  • In 2015, a family with a son diagnosed with electrohypersensitivity (EHS) filed a lawsuit in the U.S. District Court seeking protection under the Americans with Disabilities Act from The Fay School in Southborough, Massachusetts:
Workers Compensation

Teachers Unions

  • Teachers unions are recognizing the risks of wi-fi in their work environment and are seeking protection:

  • See also the attached position paper from Ontario English Catholic Teachers Association.

Note: The information provided here is publicly available on the Internet.  
It is intended to provide a starting point to inform you of EMF dangers.  
Please do your own research, draw your own conclusions, and act accordingly to protect those you love.

Cecelia Doucette,
Nov 11, 2013, 1:30 PM