WiFi Sickness and EHS Deemed a Disability by California Court of Appeals

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Due to a long legal back-and-forth between a school district and an employee, the California Court of Appeals has deemed EHS and WiFi Sickness as a disability. This landmark ruling was decided on February 18th, 2021, when Laurie Brown sued her employers for not providing adequate and fair accommodations for her. She noticed her sensitivities when WiFi was introduced into each classroom and was forced to spend huge amounts of time not working. When a testing company deemed the area “safe”, she took the school district to court. Take a look at the ruling, where the judges clearly sided with Laurie and helped her seek justice and fairness. Hopefully this ruling marks a change for all who suffer from EHS.

See the full verdict here: Brown v. LAUSD

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