Spray Foam Insulation Lawsuits

Spray Foam Insulation | SPF Home Insulation Lawsuit

Spray Foam Insulation Exposes Americans to Life-Threatening Illnesses

Spray Polyurethane Foam, a popular insulation product in environmentally-friendly buildings known as SPF, has been found to put occupants at risk for developing severe side effects. Marketed as safe, green, and free of harmful gases, spray foam insulation is in fact composed of toxic and harmful chemicals. When mixed incorrectly by ill-trained installers, the product exposes occupants to a risk for cancer, neurological damage, lung damage, and other serious spray foam insulation side effects. Encouraged by false marketing and incentivized through tax credits and government programs, the rate of spray foam insulation use has increased substantially in the past decade, potentially exposing millions of Americans to permanent damage and life-threatening illnesses.

Spray foam insulation is manufactured by the following companies: Icynene Lapolla, BASF, NCFI Polyurethanes, Johns Manville, Dow, Demilec, and Huntsman, and marketed under the following product names: Enertite, Sealection 500, Agribalance, Demilecapx, Classic, Classic Ultra, Ultra Plus, Foam-Lok, JM Corbond, Sealtite, Walltite, Heatlock, Pro Seal, Foam-Lok 2000, JM Corbond IV, Insul Star, and Insul Bloc. The spray polyurethane foam insulation industry brought in $2.3 billion in total revenue during 2018. Major acquisitions, such as Hunstman's 2018 acquisition of Demilec for $350 million indicate the spray foam insulation industry is on the rise.

Now manufacturers of spray foam insulation products - who also are responsible for certifying installers - are facing tough questions regarding their development and marketing of these hazardous building materials. Persons and the family members of persons who suffered from spray foam insulation side effects such as breathing and lung problems, kidney and liver damage, neurological damage, and cancer after exposure to spray foam insulation are filing foam insulation problems lawsuits against manufacturers. Filing a spray foam insulation lawsuit is the only means individuals and families have to obtain the compensation they deserve for replacement of their home and other losses, injuries, and suffering related to exposure to toxic spray foam insulation. In addition, filing a foam insulation side effects lawsuit claim is the best method for individual consumers to hold manufacturers accountable for false advertising and other acts of negligence.

Spray Foam Insulation Lawsuits

If you or a loved one has been harmed as a result of dangerous spray foam insulation chemicals, you may eligible for compensation by filing a spray foam insulation lawsuit. This page contains information about spray foam insulation hazards including the harmful chemical makeup of spray foam polyurethane, installation problems, the products and manufacturers involved, and who qualifies to file polyurethane spray foam lawsuits.

Spray Foam Insulation Lawsuit FAQs

Compiled by attorneys handling spray foam lawsuit claims, this information applies to most general questions regarding lawsuits against the manufacturers of foam insulation for claims related to cancer, kidney and liver damage, neurological problems, lung damage, or other serious spray foam insulation side effects. Our attorneys handling foam insulation lawsuit claims also offer free, no-obligation case consultation. If your questions are not answered by reading this page or you would prefer to speak directly with a lawyer handling national polyurethane spray foam lawsuits, please complete our contact form. Read full spray foam insulation lawsuit questions and answers.

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