In general, mattresses under $600 have glass fibers in them as a fire retardant
As a general rule, there are 2 ways you can recognize a mattress with glass fibers. Namely, it has no removable cover and is relatively cheap, typically under $600.
Nevertheless, Zinus mattresses are the exception, as they have a removable cover that allows people to take it off for washing, which is not recommended and quite dangerous as the glass fibers in the inner layer of the mattress can easily escape and cause a multitude of injuries and health problems.
For this reason, numerous people are waiting for a class-action lawsuit against Zinus to be approved so that they can recover the financial compensation they are entitled to for the injuries they suffered as a result of exposure to glass fibers.
You can recognize glass fibers in a mattress by their smell, as many have a specific odor caused by the binder glue and the formaldehyde they release in the air. Furthermore, some of the glass fibers may have a burnt smell or a sweet burnt smell, while others have a smell of urine. However, because they are tiny, glass fibers cannot usually be seen with the naked eye.
If you walk into a heavily contaminated room with glass fibers, your eyes will start to burn, sting, itch, or water. Similarly, if you slept on a mattress that released glass fibers in the air, you may wake up with a sore throat.
File a lawsuit against Zinus with the help of our resourceful legal team
At the moment, there is a class-action lawsuit against Zinus awaiting approval, which you can join with the help of our skilled legal team. We have been providing quality legal assistance to people injured by toxic exposure and defective products for over 25 years and thereby have the necessary knowledge and resources to obtain the most favorable outcome for your case.
The only documents we will need from you are proof that you own a Zinus mattress and evidence of injuries related to glass fibers. After that, we will file a lawsuit against the mattress manufacturer, and you will eventually receive the maximum compensation available for your injury.