Law Firm seeking those who have been harmed by WiFi

Premier Compensation Lawyers, based in New South Wales, Australia is now seeking potential clients who believe they have been adversely affected by WiFi. (EMR)

A following summary from their website

…If you believe that the effects of WiFi (EMR) have caused injury to yourself, your child/children or a friend, you are not alone. The increasingly wide spread use of WiFi (EMR) across business and government (especially in schools) is a move that goes against the rapidly mounting body of credible scientific evidence which makes increasingly clear that exposure to even low levels of WiFi (EMR) on an ongoing basis has a wide range of serious adverse health effects…

…In recent years it is well established that there are numerous adverse health effects of WiFi,(EMR) although not always immediate, many of which are cumulative and irreversible, and have most damaging effects on children….

…As from 2015, Lloyds of London, one of the world’s largest insurers, excluded as standard from its policies any EMR injury claims. They did so for good reason, and many insurers around the world have done the same. Even insurers see EMR as a significant claims risk.

Any business/government/school not covered by insurance for injury caused by EMR (including WiFi) may be liable for injuries it causes from EMR now and in the future…

…Emeritus Professor Anthony Miller, one of the world’s leading experts on cancer, dismisses telco industry and government claims that EMR cannot cause harm as “simply false” and the suggestion that there are no “established” health effects as “misleading”….

Source – Premier Compensation Lawyers in Australia

Additional informational sources

Telecom and Insurance Companies Warn of Liability and Risk
 » …. Cell Phones Wireless Companies Warn Shareholders About Future Financial Risks From Electromagnetic Radiation….  »

Risks, regulations and liability around exposing other people to wireless technology EMF radiation « ……The world is changing at a rapid pace. Not surprisingly then, there has been a rampant proliferation of home and business cordless transmission technology (e.g. mobile phone towers, smart meters, wi-fi cordless phones) that has vastly increased our exposure to radiation. Recent legal developments are causing the producers of this radiation overload to sit up and take notice, as the issue of costly liability and lawsuits is fast becoming a reality……. ».

Insurers exclude risks associated with electromagnetic radiation
 » …..It may take two more decades to know if electromagnetic radiofrequency energy is a significant liability issue for telecommunications companies, so, in the interim, insurers are treating the risk as cautiously as a downed power line after a storm…. »

Lloyds of London bails out of the cell phone health debate
“….The purpose of the exclusion is to exclude cover for illnesses caused by continuous long-term non-ionising radiation exposure i.e. through mobile phone usage….. » and Listen to the « Radio Show on Lloyds EMF exclusion »

Collective Action Quebec  » ….Québec resident decided to initiate a class action suit against an array of manufacturers and large scale suppliers/users of wireless technology for exposing the population to a variety of wireless technologies despite the fact that there are growing concerns about the safety of such technologies for humans, fauna and flora…. ».

Brit dad sues Nokia for up to £1million claiming using his mobile phone caused his brain tumour « ….It is ultimately about justice for many people who have, akin to Neil, been victims of what some experts describe as the ‘smoking gun of the 21st century’…. ».

Pakistan: Hazardous radiation: PHC directs EPA to remove 20 cellular towers

PESHAWAR: The Peshawar High Court (PHC) on Wednesday directed the Khyber Pakhtunkhwa Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) to remove 20 base transmission system towers and microwave antennas of mobile phone companies from residential areas, as hazardous radiations cause serious diseases and health problems.

A two-member bench comprising Justice Qaiser Rashid Khan and Justice Abdul Shakoor directed the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) director general to issue notices to mobile companies for removal order of the 20 towers and complete the removal process within one month.

EPA Director General Dr Bashir Khan submitted the report filed on the court s direction. As per the report, currently, 366 mobile towers are installed in the city, out of which 20 towers are installed at less than 25 feet distance from the residential areas, which is against the international standard.

The EPA head stated that 20 mobile towers, in particular, were riskier in terms of causing chances of hazardous radiations and health problems.

He said that 55 towers were installed near mosques, 46 near schools and 195 near residential areas. The EPA head said a majority of the mobile towers were installed in the city before 2009 and at that time there was no need of getting No-Objection Certificate (NOC) for their installation. After 2009, he added, Khyber Pakhtunkhwa adopted a strict law for granting NOCs and now towers are being set up after fulfilment of legal and preventive measures for hazardous radiations under international standards. He said that mobile towers were installed near schools and mosques within less than 100 meters, and there is no fear of hazardous radiations from the mobile towers. The EPA chief said that the International Radiation Council had also published a research report and adopted certain standards for installation and prevention of the hazardous radiations effects.

Lawyers of mobile phone companies submitted that there were less or no residential areas when the companies were installing the towers. They requested the court that mobile towers should be given protection and not to be removed.

Justice Qaiser Rashid observed that the court would not compromise on human lives and the towers need to be removed from residential areas. The high court had already stayed installation of towers near schools, hospitals and populous areas across the province and directed the provincial government not to issue NOCs to them till the next order.

Source – StopUMTSTheNews

Conclusions définitives téléphonie mobile et tumeurs chez l’animal

Conclusions définitives du Programme National de Toxicologie américain :
Des preuves évidentes entre ondes de téléphonie mobile et tumeurs chez l’animal

Après dix années d’études, 30 millions de dollars dépensés, et un processus robuste d’évaluation des résultats par des experts extérieurs, le NTP américain rend aujourd’hui ses conclusions définitives sur une étude dont l’objet était d’établir ou non un lien de causalité entre exposition aux ondes et cancer. Et elles sont sans appel : chez les rats mâles, l’apparition de tumeurs au niveau du coeur est reliée à l’exposition aux ondes 2 G et 3 G, et certaines preuves sont relevées concernant les tumeurs cérébrales et des glandes surrénales.

Hasard du calendrier, ces résultats arrivent au moment où 157 scientifiques et médecins et 86 ONG du monde entier en appellent à proposer des valeurs limites d’exposition réellement protectrices, en réaction aux nouvelles directives établies de manière non scientifique par l’ICNIRP, un organisme non indépendant de l’industrie, ayant pourtant mandat de l’OMS pour établir des valeurs guide.

Selon le Dr Gerd Oberfeld, du Département de Santé Publique de Salzburg en Autriche, on s’est mondialement appuyé depuis trop longtemps sur des directives partielles en matière d’exposition : L’ensemble des preuves scientifiques des effets néfastes sur la santé de l’exposition aux CEM [champs électromagnétiques] est accablant. Il n’est même plus nécessaire de faire appel au principe de précaution pour prendre des mesures.

Faut-il rappeler que les résultats que vient de publier le NTP arrivent en complément de tout un corpus de récentes études, encore non intégrées dans les expertises d’évaluation du risque, comme par exemple l’étude Lerchl de 2015 confirmant le rôle de promotion des tumeurs chez la souris à des niveaux inférieurs aux valeurs limites, ou encore cette étude épidémiologique indienne parue en novembre 2017, montrant des dommages à l’ADN chez les riverains d’antennes à des niveaux d’exposition rencontrés usuellement dans l’environnement, notamment en milieu urbain.

Des problématiques que le NTP entend maintenant explorer à l’aide de dispositifs plus petits et permettant d’obtenir des résultats plus rapidement. Ces études porteront en effet sur le développement d’indicateurs physiques mesurables, ou de biomarqueurs, des effets potentiels des radiofréquences. Celles-ci peuvent inclure des changements de paramètres tels que les dommages à l’ADN dans les tissus exposés, qui peuvent être détectés beaucoup plus tôt que le cancer.

Les auteurs de l’étude NTP insistent, en outre sur la non prise en compte, dans leurs travaux des évolutions technologiques actuelles. Comme le note Wyde, toxicologue chef des études NTP : La 5G est une technologie émergente qui n’a pas encore été évaluée. De ce que nous comprenons actuellement, il est probable que cela diffère radicalement de ce que nous avons étudié”. 

Rappelons que nombre de scientifiques s’inquiètent de l’arrivée de cette nouvelle technologie, à l’image de Lennart Hardell, lequel considère qu’ ”un moratoire sur le déploiement de la 5G devrait être mis en oeuvre.”

PRIARTEM, signataire de l’appel pour des valeurs limites réellement protectrices, réitère une nouvelle fois sa demande de réévaluation des niveaux de preuve en cancérogénicité par l’ANSES et l’abrogation du décret fixant les valeurs limites au niveau français. PRIARTEM se joindra également aux scientifiques et associations impliquées, afin de libérer l’OMS de l’emprise de l’influence de l’industrie dans la définition de sa politique en matière de champs électromagnétiques.

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