About ToxicTrailers.com

ToxicTrailers.com was launched after Hurricane Katrina in 2005 when the government spent more than $2 billion on FEMA trailers with high levels of formaldehyde that sickened thousands of people. The FEMA trailer tragedy exposed what is a widespread problem in RVs, mobile homes, modular buildings and even conventional buildings that use pressed wood products. Unfortunately, as we approach the tenth anniversary of Katrina, formaldehyde regulations are not being enforced in the U.S., and people's health is at risk. If you are having burning eyes, congestion, sore throat, coughing, breathing difficulties, frequent sinus infections or rashes, and difficulties concentrating, you may have a formaldehyde problem. For questions or to share your story, write 4becky@cox.net.

Monday, February 18, 2008

Formaldehyde victims should seek legal counsel

FEMA and CDC have yet to discuss the health risk of long-term exposures this dangerous toxic chemical agent may have on the hundreds of thousands who were unknowingly exposed. FEMA appears to be preoccupied with its own self-interests, and continues to ignore the facts that all trailer occupants may develop long-term health risks in epidemic portions.

As FEMA has not met it obligations to protect disaster victims from the dangers of formaldehyde in FEMA-provided housing, it is strongly suggested that anyone who has ever stayed in FEMA temporary housing protect themselves by obtaining competent legal counsel. It is suggested that the lawyer be licensed in the state where they were housed, as states may have laws that were violated. I will now be represented by John Arthur Eaves in all actions that may filed against FEMA, other government agencies, the RV industry, as well as others who have caused unnecessary future health problems to hundreds of thousands of victims. Please feel to contact the Eaves Law Firm at 1-877-328-3752. They will be more than happy to discuss the firm's role of seeking justice for hurricane FEMA victims.


JESSE JOHN FINERAN, Hurricane Katrina survivor and Hurricane FEMA victim, hurricanefema@gmail.com
Bay St. Louis, Miss.