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Ikea Recalls Lamps Due To Shock Hazard

The U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission stated on Friday that Ikea is recalling one of their models of floor and table lamps due to a potential shock hazard. During the manufacturing process, the power cords were damaged and when the wires come into contact with the lamp’s metal frame a shock can occur, according to Ikea. Reports indicate three individuals who have been shocked due to the damaged lamps. Ikea sold the 14”, 18” and 49” lamps in retail stores and online from October of 2015 through February of 2016 under the product name “Gothem” lamps. The recall is for approximately 30,600 lamps and owners should return the lamp to an Ikea store to receive a full refund.

Medical providers in emergency rooms across the country treat thousands of individuals every year for injuries and illnesses caused by defective or dangerous consumer products. Tragically, many of the people treated are children. Toys, electronics, vehicles, clothing, pet products, and food are recalled numerous times annually. Unfortunately, the recalls are often issued too late due to an injury, illness, or death already occurring. If you have suffered damages due to an unsafe product, you may be entitled to compensation through filing a product liability case.

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