tip over

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of Archbold, OH, knows firsthand about the consequences of tip over related injuries.
The two companies, Ridgewood and Charleswood, have cited two chifferobe models, 80813 and 88813, and two four-drawer dressers, models 80413 and 88413, as having the potential to tip over if heavy objects are placed in the top drawer, several drawers are open at the same time, or if a child attempts to climb on the opened drawers.
Due to their increasingly thin designs, today's flat panels can easily tip over at the slightest bump or nudge, causing them to topple off furniture and potentially crushing a child.
Larger and heavier cathode ray tube (CRT) TVs placed on dressers or high furniture can tip over and cause serious injuries, even death, if children climb onto the furniture.
Bithell added, "Although almost two years have passed since the tip over and several surgeries later, I still experience pain in my leg on a daily basis and suffer from permanent disfigurement.