Five New Mobile Health Lawsuits Filed
February 26, 2002
Five new lawsuits seeking a total of more than $6 billion
in damages have been filed against the cellular industry, alleging use of
wireless handsets caused brain cancer.
The lawsuits were filed Monday afternoon in the Superior Court for the
District of Columbia by the Suder Law Firm,
Morganroth and Morganroth and Sheldon Miller. The same group of attorneys
last year filed a $1.5 billion phone-brain cancer lawsuit on behalf of
former Motorola Inc. technician Michael Murray.
Meanwhile, a Baltimore Federal Court continues to hear scientific testimony
in an $800 million cell phone-cancer lawsuit filed by the law firm of
high-profile trial attorney Peter Angelos on behalf of 42-year old
neurologist Christopher Newman. Newman was present at the start of the