Foam Makers Targeted Over Allegedly Toxic Insulation

Law360, New York (November 21, 2012, 12:27 PM EST) -- Two Pennsylvania homeowners launched a nationwide class action against NCFI Polyurethanes and McGlaughlin Spray Foam Insulation Inc. on Tuesday, accusing them of selling toxic spray polyurethane foam insulation that can cause property damage and health risks.

The proposed class, led by Daniel and Paula Slemmer, claims the Sealite and InsulStar brands of spray polyurethane foam, or SPF, manufactured by NCFI and installed by McGlaughlin are defective. They claim the foam remains toxic after being installed in homes, and that it poses such risks to homeowners and...
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