Lea Industries recalled 34 various Lea children’s bed collections—the loft, bunk, and panel styles in twin, queen, and full sizes—which were manufactured and distributed in different wood finishes and paint colors.
This recall is being made because it was reported that their side mattress support rails, which join the head board to the foot board, can break, making it dangerous to sleep on the edges and posing a risk of falling for both children and adults alike.
Consumers are recommended to stop using the product and get in touch with Lea Industries to receive replacement side rails. Thus far, 22 incidents have occurred involving these defective beds.
One of the most worst incidences of the product’s malfunction was in 2009 when a six-year-old Madison, Wisconsin girl nearly got crushed by a Lea’s bed collapsing on top of her as her 11-year-old sister was placing sheets on the top bunk.
Don’t hesitate to contact our attorneys at Habush Habush & Rottier S.C. at 800-242-2874 to discuss seeking compensation if you have suffered harm from this or another defective product.