IKEA issues a Recall for Mirrored Doors

Posted on November 1, 2011

According to news sources, mirrored doors sold Nationwide by the furniture company IKEA are going to be recalled, the Consumer Product Safety Comission and Health Canada have announced. The recall had to be issued due to a staggering number of 14 alleged complaints in Europe regarding unexpected detaching mirrors that have fallen and shattered. Although there were many complaints, only one alleged injury reported.

According to reports from CPSC, the company IKEA has sold 1,700 of items containing these mirrored doors in the United States, many others were sold in Canada. If you are the owner of a piece of furniture that sustains a Pax Aurland mirrored door with the model number 101-604-51, you should contact your local IKEA store for information on how you may return the items for a free replacement door. Consumers should be aware they must replace their mirrored doors so there won’t be any risks of shattering glass injuring you or any of your own.

As a Los Angeles personal injury lawyer I believe it’s of a great importance to report on useful news that might reach someone who happens to have an issue with the product being recalled. It’s important to note that in the event of a health issue related to product liability, you should always contact a product liability lawyer that will handle your case properly and in a professional way. It’s important not to delay.

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