Electric Vehicle Lawsuit: Prolonged Driving While Sitting on Giant Battery Caused Electromagnetic Radiation Injury

Jul 12, 2021 by

A lawsuit has been filed by an EV owner who claims to have been injured just from exposure while driving.

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By B.N. Frank

If injuries from Electromagnetic Radiation exposure weren’t being taken seriously, American embassy workers injured by microwave energy would be S.O.L. (see 1, 2, 3).

In regard to Electric Vehicles (EVs) and Hybrid models, experts have raised concerns about excessive radiation emissions from them as well ( see 1, 2, 3, 4).  Recently, a lawsuit was filed by an EV owner who claims to have been injured from driving his.

From Environmental Health Trust:

$10 Million Nissan LEAF Electromagnetic Radiation Injury Lawsuit Filed in Georgia

Owner says Nissan should pay $1 billion for EMF radiation sickness.

Environmental Health Trust has compiled research on how to decrease electromagnetic radiation exposure- download it here. 

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Lawsuit information from CarComplaints.com 

July 11, 2021 — A Nissan LEAF electromagnetic radiation lawsuit has been filed by a Georgia man who sued the automaker “for permanently damaging his health and for destroying his family and career, not to exceed $10 million.”

The 2015 Nissan LEAF customer who filed the lawsuit alleges the car caused him serious health problems from prolonged driving while sitting on a giant battery that allegedly emits large amounts of low-frequency electromagnetic field (EMF) radiation.

The plaintiff claims the LEAF radiation is “way above” safe levels of 2 mG (milligauss) or less.

According to the radiation lawsuit, the 2015 Nissan LEAF EMF measurements are as follows:

  • Driver’s floor — up to 9.2 mG, Top of the seat — up to 5.3 mG
  • Passenger floor — up to 13.1 mG, Top of the seat — up to 4.9 mG
  • Back row floor — up to 31.3 mG, Top of the seat — up to 4.5 mG
  • Back row/top of the elevated floor panel at the center of the vehicle — up to 12.6 mG

The Nissan LEAF electromagnetic radiation lawsuit was filed in the U.S. District Court for the Northern District of Georgia: Josef Tater, v. Nissan North America, Inc. In addition to seeking up to $10 million, the plaintiff says Nissan should pay up to $990 million for gross negligence.

“Towards the end of January 2017, the plaintiff had a difficult time to distinguish what was real and what was not, and as a result was terminated from his job. On January 25th, the Plaintiff was hospitalized with inability to hear and speak. Going forward, the Plaintiff kept suffering physical and mental symptoms and his marriage fell apart as his wife filed for divorce on April 15th, 2017.” — Nissan LEAF radiation lawsuit

Read more at https://www.carcomplaints.com/news/2021/nissan-leaf-electromagnetic-radiation-lawsuit.shtml


Also noteworthy – wireless charging technology is being developed for installation into public roads to charge EVs while they are being driven.  Of course this technology would expose everyone on these roads to biologically harmful radiation – not just EV drivers and passengers.

Of course, when the Bluetooth and/or WiFi are turned on inside regular vehicles, this exposes drivers and passengers to harmful radiation as well.

Activist Post reports regularly about EVs and other unsafe technology.  For more information visit our archives and the following websites.

Source: Electric Vehicle Lawsuit: Prolonged Driving While Sitting on Giant Battery Caused Electromagnetic Radiation Injury – Activist Post

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