'Whether you know it or not, you probably have utility “Smart” Meters on your home and throughout your community. Tens of millions have been installed worldwide and there are countless reports of people getting sick after they have been installed. Sometimes this happens immediately and sometimes it’s gradual. Regardless, most cases aren’t validated or resolved like they were in France a few months ago when a court ruled that some residents did become sick from them and the meters should be replaced.
Of course, anything that can make people sick can make pets sick too. No one should be forced to accept these expensive and dangerous meters on their home for a variety of reasons (see 1, 2, 3) – one of them being that they also catch fire and explode. Communities shouldn’t be forced to accept them and pay for them either (see 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7).
Thanks to The People’s Initiative for documenting legal action taken in California and elsewhere:
MASS TORT FILED AGAINST UTILITIES FOR HEALTH EFFECTS FROM SMART METERS/SMART GRID…
Attorneys David Kyle and Paul Overett have filed a mass tort against Edison and PG&E for health effects from smart meters/smart grid. Also names in the suit are smart meter installation companies Corix and Wellington, and smart meter manufacturers, Itron and Landis Gyr, with possibly more defendants to be added as the lawsuit progresses.
Mr. Kyle recently reached a settlement with PG&E in a wrongful death, smart meter fire suit and BEAT EDISON IN COURT to achieve the first free opt out in southern California (story on this below).
A total of 16 plaintiffs, 10 Edison and 6 PG&E allege have suffering health effects from the new wireless meters ranging from headaches, loss of sleep and tinnitus to heart attack, cancer and medical implant interference/defibrillator shut offs.
The utilities are being charged with negligence, fraud and deceit, product liability and intentional infliction of emotional distress.
The suit alleges the defendants withheld important safety information associated with the use of smart meters as well as multiple violations of CA law including CA civil code section 1710 which defines deceit as an untrue assertion or suppression of a fact so as to mislead.'
Read more: People Worldwide Are Getting Sick From Utility “Smart” Meters — Californians Took PG&E to Court