Emergency Assistance



Flood Insurance



Property Insurance



Adjusting



Investigations



Press Archives



Recent Actions



Library



Multimedia



Action Steps



Contact Us



Notices




Expand All | Collapse All


FEMA's Internal Emails Show Concern Over Formaldehyde In Trailers

Since 2003, victims of catastrophic loss have complained of a multitude of illnesses while living in FEMA trailers. The trailers, designed primarily for light recreational use, have been suspected of poisoning victims with formaldehyde. FEMA has continually denied any such problems, claiming that the trailers were safe for occupants, including babies and the elderly.

Click here to see FEMA's internal emails that show otherwise.

Click here for ABC 7 video report.

"FEMA's role is to help these people, not to hurt these people. To cover up what's affecting some of the most vulnerable people in our society is outrageous. Absolutely outrageous." FEMAINFO.US' Steve Kanstoroom

Months later, on January 29, 2008, FEMA denied it ignored or manipulated formaldehyde research.

Click here for FEMA's press release.

Last Modified: 020808 1731

 

Recent Site Updates
















Catastrophe Claims News:

Victims file $2 billion fraud suit

Maryland Insurance Commissioner alerts 13 commissioners, including AL, MS, LA and TX to flood adjusters' low-balling tactics

Former Presidential appointee and TX Ins. Com. speaks out on NFIP, "Fraud may have occurred on a large scale"

Desperate Moms plead for help from Laura Bush, Oprah and Montel

DHS Internal Briefing - To the Secretary and Senior Staff; US Senators request DOJ Investigation into FEMA

FEMA Insiders Report Internal "Disaster in the making" Expert reports plummeting moral, eroded capabilities and disaster professionals leaving FEMA in droves

Press Index



Alert

Wilma, Rita, Katrina, Ivan, Frances, Charley, Alex, Jeanne, Isabel Victims Insurance Claims Related Problems? Click here for the information you can use to help you receive a fair settlement.



FEMAINFO.US is an informational site run by the survivors, for the survivors, of catastrophes. It is not affiliated in any way with any government agency. Neither FEMAINFO.US nor the author makes any guarantees concerning the accuracy of the information on this website and assumes no responsibility for any misstatements or factual or legal errors. This website provides no legal advice or representation and should be tested and supplemented by other information. Consult a lawyer for legal advice about your specific problem.

Copyright 2004-2013 FEMAINFO.US. All rights reserved.