Insurance Companies Decline to Cover Cell Phone and WiFi Health Issues

Some cell phone companies are warning shareholders – not customers – about how they may be eventually found liable for harm caused by their products.

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22 June, 2018 by B.N. Frank

This isn’t breaking news:

High Risk Insurer, Lloyd’s of London, won’t cover any-wireless radiation hazards.  This includes cell phones, cell towers, digital and wireless utility “Smart” Meters, and other wireless devices and infrastructure.  Click here to review their policy.

Insurance firms are also refusing to cover cell phone manufacturers and wireless carriers.  They are predicting more claims and costs.  60% won’t insure purveyors against future lawsuits.

School officials who refuse to replace WiFi with wired Internet may eventually be held liable for harm caused to students and staff.

Swiss RE warns of large liability losses and classified EMF-related health issues in the highest impact category.  Other technology issues they discussed included cyber attacks, power blackouts, workplace safety and Big Data – all of which are worsened by digital and wireless “Smart” Meters.

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9 thoughts on “Insurance Companies Decline to Cover Cell Phone and WiFi Health Issues

  1. Insurance co. In murica are nowpredatory fraudsters . Plain and simple. Just like wall street everything else we are all open season by trump. like the grizzlies bobcats slamon all species all living things. The trump new world order of extinguishment

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  2. Pingback: Did You Know That Insurance Companies Are Not Covering Cell Phone and WiFi Radiation Exposure Health Issues? How Lloyd’s of London and Others Figure In. | Rangitikei Enviromental Health Watch

  3. It was established long ago that doctors were developing brain cancer from using cellphones and this did not deter the public from taking them up and running with them. Although we cannot entirely limit our exposure to radiation, we should do what we can and I for one, refuse to use cellphones. I just wish that when derechos and tornadoes and hurricanes and other windstorms occur, that they would knock down those cell towers since they emit a great deal of radiation. I sincerely wish that this technology had never been discovered because we were all the better for having landline phones that did not come with a warning label. And now, we have insurers stating that they will not cover radiation from what billions are now using; cellphones.

    We will not realize until it is too late that we are contributing to one of the most inhumane suffering a person could endure before they expire. Cancer is no joke and a cellphone is just not worth the risk. And yet too many are clearly addicted to them.

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  4. It’s really sad, isn’t it, Shelby? I suspect cellphone warnings (and stories like this) aren’t being carried by the mainstream media, but I know several cities require health warnings in all stores where cellphones are sold. It’s hard to know whether people are unaware of the dangers – or if they simply choose to ignore them.

    15 years ago Derek Jensen was calling for activists to blow up dams to save the salmon and cellphone towers to save the people. Too bad no one listened to him.

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    • “15 years ago Derek Jensen was calling for activists to blow up dams to save the salmon and cellphone towers to save the people. Too bad no one listened to him.”

      …and there you have your answer. People simply choose to ignore the dangers.

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