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The Washington D.C. Cases.

Because of the public health issue involved, our office (in a consortium with other law offices) has pursued the cell phone­ cancer link in court. At the end of 2013 and beginning of 2014, testimony from world­ renowned experts from several continents was presented in federal court in Washington, D.C., who supported the causal link between cell phones and cancer. The cell phone industry, which has a vested interest in claiming that there is no link (think of the tobacco companies that hid the danger of lung cancer for decades) presented experts with a contrary view. For the first time ever, a court has ruled that there is sufficient scientific viability to the issue to present the case to a jury with the regard to the two dozen or so cancer victims in the. There are two main reasons why it has taken so long to reach this point. One is that the cell phone industry has done all it could to stop the research from progressing and burying the results that were contrary to its interest. The other is that there is generally a dormancy period of about ten years before cancer appears. (For example, those living in Hiroshima and Nagasaki who survived did not start developing cancer until a decade or more after the bombs were dropped.)

To find out more information as to whether you have a cell phone product negligence and personal injury case associated with your cancer diagnosis call now – 800 522 4049.  Or contact us online anytime and schedule your consultation with us right away.

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If you or someone you know was a long­-term heavy user of cell phones, who developed an acoustic neuroma or glioblastoma (brain cancer), please contact us for a consultation. Our representation is handled on a "contingency fee" basis. This means that we advance the costs of pursuing the lawsuit, not you. Only where there is a recovery do we get our costs back and charge a fee as a percentage of the recovery. Certainly, any initial consultation is free.