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Turner Freeman Lawyers is currently representing a former Qantas long haul steward in a test case against the Commonwealth in relation to a possible link between the use of pesticide sprays on long haul flights and the development of Parkinson’s disease.

Media coverage on case:

Please see all related articles below.
Landmark legal case will probe the link between parkinsons disease and insecticide sprays used on long-haul flights – Daily Telegraph dated 09/12/13

Uproar over aircrew link to parkinsons disease – lawyer running the case inundated with calls – Daily Telegraph dated 10/12/13

Flight attendants seek legal advice over parkinsons disease fear – SMH dated 09/12/13

Interview with Turner Freeman Lawyers on ABC News – ABC News dated 09/12/13

Former flight attendant looks to sue over link between Parkinson’s and pesticide – ABC News dated 09/12/13

Air steward sues Qantas over inspect spray – Sky News dated 09/12/13

Qantas Steward with parkinsons to sue over pesticide link – The West Australian dated 09/12/13

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