Spray Foam Insulation
Spray Foam Insulation Class Action Lawsuit
Has a Spray Foam Insulation, such as Sealection 500 or Sealection Agribalance, been installed in your home? Have you or other members of your family experienced frequent or chronic headaches and other neurological issues, eye, nose and throat irritations , or respiratory problems since a Spray Foam Insulation application? These health problems may be connected to toxic chemicals contained in Spray Foam Insulation products, including Sealection 500 and Sealection Agribalance.
The construction defect lawyers at Parker Waichman LLP are investigating Spray Foam Insulation complaints from homeowners across the nation, and are offering free class action lawsuit consultations to anyone who may be having health problems due to one of these products. If members of your family have suffered from headaches, respiratory problems, or eye, nose and throat irritations since the application of Spray Foam Insulation, you may be eligible to file a class action lawsuit against the manufacturers of the product. To learn more about the legal options available to you, please contact Parker Waichman LLP for a free, no obligation Spray Foam Insulation lawsuit consultation today.
Spray Foam Insulation Hazards
Sealection and other Spray Foam Insulations are polyurethane foams created by the chemical reaction of two sets of highly toxic compounds brought together in a spraying apparatus. These products must be handled by an installer who applies the material into the attic (or similar) areas of a home while wearing protective gear and a breathing apparatus.
Chemical used in Sealection Spray Foam Insulations include methylene diphenyl diisocyanate (MDI), which has been recognized by the Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) as being toxic to humans. Other chemicals in Sealection are not disclosed because they are deemed "trade secrets," but the manufacturer's product sheet lists them as classified by OSHA as hazardous and causes of skin, eye, respiratory, neurological issues. Spray Foam Insulation products also typically contain known carcinogens such as Formaldehyde and other Volatile Organic Compounds that can be emitted after installation. Flame retardants in such products may also include Chlorinated Tris, a known carcinogen that has been banned in children’s products.
Exposure to these chemicals may result in serious health problems, including:
- Skin irritation
- Eye, nose and throat irritation
- Breathing problems
- Lung Damage
Once applied, the chemicals in Sealection and other Spray Foam Insulation products are supposed to become inert and non-toxic. But based on homeowner complaints, even when installed according to manufacturer standards, Spray Foam Insulation may remain toxic and hazardous to residents of the homes where these products are installed.
Legal Help for Victims of Spray Foam Insulation Products
If you believe a Spray Foam Insulation product applied to your home is making you or other members of your family sick, you may have valuable legal rights. To learn more about joining Spray Foam Insulation class action lawsuit, please fill out our online form, or call 1 800 LAW INFO (1-800-529-4636) today.