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IKEA Settles a Child Suffocation Case for $13.5M

A settlement has been reached over an IKEA dresser made for children’s bedrooms that killed a toddler after her head became entrapped in a drawer.

Personal injury law firm Feldman Shepherd represented the family of the 18-month-old Lyla Moss, who died in 2017, and said it secured a $13.5 million settlement.

The law firm says Lyla died after her head and neck became entrapped in a drawer cutout of an IKEA STUVA wardrobe — a product made specifically for use in children’s bedrooms. They say she opened the bottom drawer and likely fell, causing the drawer to close.


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