Families whose children have been among dozens sickened in a northern Ohio cancer cluster have dropped their federal lawsuit against Michigan-based Whirlpool.
The owners of polluted land in the Clyde, Ohio area have joined a civil lawsuit against Whirlpool corporation filed by families whose children have been sickened in a cancer cluster.
More people are suing Whirlpool Corporation alleging the company's former factory site in Clyde is responsible for a cancer cluster in the area.
A federal district judge has dismissed some of the claims in a lawsuit filed against Whirlpool Corporation by families in Clyde, Ohio whose children are among dozens sickened in a cancer cluster.
Attorneys have dropped one of two lawsuits against Whirlpool Corporation related to a child cancer cluster in Clyde.
Whirlpool says extensive soil tests show no evidence of illegal dumping or widespread contamination in Clyde, where dozens of people have been sickened with cancer.
Families whose children have been among dozens sickened in a cancer cluster in Clyde want to meet with the new head of the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency.
Families whose children have been among dozens sickened in a cancer cluster in Clyde, Ohio are hoping they have pinpointed a cause for the illnesses.
Attorneys have filed a 750 million dollar class action lawsuit against Whirlpool related to a child cancer cluster near Clyde, Ohio.