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How Many Children Have to Die for a Furniture Company to Take Action?

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Clearly, if you are IKEA, the answer is 6 children, all under the age of 4, spanning a nearly 30-year period. The Consumer Product Safety Commission Chairman said, “Enough is enough,” and noted that the dressers in question are “inherently very dangerous and unstable products if children are around them.”

Read more about IKEA’s voluntary recall of the dangerous furniture and what you can do if you have one of these pieces in your house.

By: Andrew Levine

Andrew J. Levine is co-owner at Raphaelson & Levine Law Firm, P.C. in New York, NY. A graduate of Maurice A. Deane School of Law at Hofstra University. For 15 years he has been widely trusted and respected as a formidable attorney but acknowledged as a reasonable and ethical collaborator who impresses clients, judges and jurors alike. Andrew has been featured in New York Magazine as one of New York’s “Top Personal Injury Litigators” and recognized by Super Lawyers as a “Top Rated Personal Injury Attorney in New York.” View all posts by Andrew Levine

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