No Cognizable Nuisance or Tort Claim for Physical Harm Caused by Neighbor’s Use of Electricity

No Cognizable Nuisance or Tort Claim for Physical Harm Caused by Neighbor’s Use of Electricity

On March 5, 2015, The Court of Appeals for the State of New Mexico held  that there is no cognizable nuisance or tort claim for the alleged physical harm caused by your neighbor’s use of cell phones, dimmer switches, or wifi.  The lawsuit out of New Mexico (Firstenberg v. Monribot), involved an allegedly electromagnetic hypersensitive plaintiff’s claim for $1.43 million in damages and injunctive relief due the alleged harm caused by his neighbors persistent use of electronic devices that emit electromagnetic fields. [3/31/15]

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