Wood Patio Chairs Recalled Over Fall Hazard

Wood Patio Chairs Recalled Over Fall Hazard

Linon Home Décor has issued a recall of more than 3,000 of its wood patio chairs "Outdoor Wood Bistro Sets" because they can tip and cause consumers to fall. 

The U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission announced today that Linon, a company that manufactures home décor products, would be recalling about 3,300 chairs in its Outdoor Wood Bistro Sets line due to a fall hazard. According to Linon, when consumers sit on the edge of the seat, the wood patio chairs can easily tip over and cause consumers to fall off.

These patio chairs are sold both individually and in sets that include two chairs and a table. The teak stained wood chairs are 22 inches wide and 36 inches tall. The recalled chairs were sold at the following retail stores from February 2014 to February 2015:

  • Bed Bath & Beyond
  • Daily Fair
  • Home Goods
  • Marshalls
  • Old Time Pottery
  • T.J. Maxx

So far, there have been four reported consumer incidents associated with these chairs. If you purchased these chairs, the CPSC advises you to stop using them immediately and return them to the store of purchase for a refund.

Did you purchase a Linon Home Décor wood patio chair? If you did and you were injured in a tip-over or fall accident, we invite you to contact a San Antonio personal injury lawyer at Wyatt Law Firm today. We handle defective product and recall cases for victims, so if you believe you have a case, call us today for a free review.


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