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I may have a brain tumor from too much cell phone use, I dont

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I may have a brain tumor from too much cell phone use, I don't have medical insurance so i have never got it checked out.
But I know that there might be something there.
I started to get headaches on the side I used the sell phone on, then after switching to the other ear I started getting headache on that side of the brain. my vision goes in and out sometimes. and I can't use bluetooth earpieces because that causes discomfort to my brean.
I've had att, sprint, and now tmobile as the service providers. I've had many cellphone over the years also.
Im not looking for a million dollar settlement. I just want to get myself taken care of.

where and how do I start this process?
Thank you for your question. I look forward to working with you to provide you the information you are seeking for educational purposes only.

Unfortunately, in order to bring this matter to any court, it requires proof of damages and proof of what caused any damages. Thus, before you could even file lawsuit, it would require medical evidence and a medical expert attributing any medical damages to the use of the cell phone. If you were to file suit without this information it would have to be dismissed for failure to state a claim on which relief can be granted. I am very sorry, but because there has been no diagnosis by any medical professional and a connection made by the medical professional to cell phone use, any legal action is not yet ready to be filed in court.



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