Walmart Mainstay’s Dresser is a Potential Hazard

October 9, 2018- Kohn, Swift & Graf is currently investigating Walmart’s Mainstay’s dressers for their alleged “tipping over” problem.

Walmart Mainstay’s Dresser is a Potential Hazard in your Home

Around 1.6 million Walmart Mainstays dresser units were affected in a recall because of their tendency to tip over and fall on top of individuals. The Consumer Protection Safety Commission (CPSC) has advised consumers to stop using these recalled dressers immediately and remove them from the reach of children. It has been alleged that the drawers failed to comply with performance requirements of a voluntary industry standard. The CPSC has also announced that these hazards can result in death and/or injuries to children if not anchored to the wall.

The dressers affected by the recall have plastic drawer glides and a single decorative pull on each of the four drawers. The dressers come in the following six colors: alder, black forest, white, weathered oak, walnut and ruby red.

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If you or someone you know purchased a Walmart Mainstays dresser that was recalled because of the tip-over hazard, please contact us. All consultations are free of charge. You may be eligible to be included in a Class Action Lawsuit for Walmart’s Mainstays dressers.

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