What should I do if I have already purchased a mattress with fiberglass?

If you bought an Ashley or Nectar mattress when you were not aware of the fiberglass issue, you can keep it and use it normally as long as it is in good condition and as long as you do not remove the outer cover for laundering.

answered by Gregory A. Cade

You can use your mattress as long as it is in good condition

Nectar is selling over 50,000 mattresses annually in America, and if you have one of their products, you may wonder what the best course of action is, considering the issue of fiberglass.

Firstly, you should not panic, but you must always be careful and vigilant with regard to it leaking fiberglass. You can use your mattress as usual.

However, the cardinal rule is to never remove the outer cover of your mattress, as it will expose the inner layer that contains fiberglass, which will unavoidably release the irritant in your house.

Additionally, we recommend you check your mattress from time to time to see whether it releases fiberglass. People who had the awful experience of fiberglass house contamination and injuries stemming from exposure to fiberglass are highly advised to file a claim with Ashley or Nectar, as not only will they recover financial compensation that will help them with the cost of the cleanup and medical expenses, but they will also play a role in holding the companies liable for negligence.

Quality assistance for injured consumers who want to recover compensation

For nearly 3 decades, our law firm has been offering quality legal assistance to people whose lives have been turned upside down by defective products, and our legal team is here to do the same for you if you had a negative experience with a fiberglass mattress.

If you were injured by the fiberglass in a Nectar or Ashley mattress,we will help you file a claim with the manufacturer.

The only necessary documents are proof of you owning an Ashley or Nectar mattress with fiberglass, your medical records that must state the injuries you sustained due to fiberglass exposure, and evidence of property damage. After a complete evaluation of your situation, we will decide if you are eligible for compensation from the responsible company. Eventually, you will obtain the maximum sum of money you qualify for.

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