“This is a huge decision that will for the first time require Whirlpool to reveal the information that they have been reluctant to disclose”
Whirlpool Park neighbors want their land tested
Recent soil testing at the former Whirlpool Park turned up substances that pose important health concerns for people who live nearby and for people in the Clyde area who have suffered from cancer, says an attorney who filed a lawsuit against Whirlpool.
One of the two lawsuits filed against Whirlpool in connection with the Clyde-area cancer cluster has been dropped.
Testing of groundwater found no substances that violate EPA standards.
In court filings hitting back at critics, Whirlpool Corp. has asked a federal judge to dismiss a lawsuit filed by families of children in the Clyde cancer cluster.
Company says let the science dictate.
Seeks to move a class-action lawsuit from Sandusky County Court in to a federal court in Toledo.
Whirlpool officials said Monday they expect to begin taking samples for new tests in May at the former Whirlpool Park site in Green Springs.
FREMONT — A law firm has filed a $750 million class action lawsuit against the Whirlpool Corp., blaming the company for causing the Clyde Cancer Cluster by dumping toxic chemicals at the former Whirlpool Park in Green Springs.
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