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A proposed federal ban on a potentially deadly chemical found in common paint strippers may be on hold indefinitely. The EPA says methylene chloride poses an unreasonable risk and the chemical has been implicated in dozens of deaths. The agency proposed a ban in January , but postponed it late last year. CBS News' Anna Werner spoke to the family of someone who lost his life in an accident similar to the ones we've heard before: a young man using a paint stripping product, being overcome by toxic fumes and dying.
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Methylene chloride is an ingredient contained in paint thinners that has been suspected for decades of having grave consequences for those who inhale it. Nevertheless, this ingredient continued to be found in these paint thinners and stores continued to carry the product. Numerous people have been sickened by this paint thinner and have even died. This occurred as the EPA delayed in approving a rule that would ban the use of methylene chloride in paint thinners. Now, there are numerous lawsuits against the manufacturer of this product as well as stores that have sold it. If you or a loved one have been sickened by paint thinner containing methylene chloride, contact a toxic paint stripper lawsuit lawyer immediately to discuss your legal options. Many victims are seeking information about: paint suit home depot, home depot class action lawsuit and methylene chloride paint remover home depot.
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Deaths linked to a common paint stripper chemical go back decades, so why isn't it banned?
Paint stripper related deaths span decades, and yet the chemical responsible, methylene chloride, is still being sold on shelves across America. The Environmental Protection Agency EPA proposed a ban of the chemical in January of , but the proposed ban has been postponed, meaning that these products are still being sold daily around the country. Families who have tragically lost loved ones as a result of this deadly product have been sounding alarm bells for many years but have not been able to get the product banned. Those individuals who have been impacted by toxic paint strippers feel that the manufacturers who have profited from the sales of these dangerous chemicals should be held responsible for the harm they have done. At Parker Waichman LLP, we have represented personal injury plaintiffs for decades and are dedicated to fighting for the rights of those people injured by irresponsible manufacturers.
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