The U.S. Department of Transportation initiated a recall of Takata airbags in 2015 after determining they were prone to instability. Read more
The Takata airbag debacle just seems to get worse and worse with each passing day. Read more
Takata and Honda risked lives for their economic bottom lines. Read more
For GM, the recall affects about 6.8 million vehicles; the automaker is asking NHTSA to delay the recall for certain 2007-2012 GM full-size trucks and SUVs. Read more
Lawyers in our firm’s Product Liability Section handle cases involving catastrophic injuries and deaths arising out of any type of accident, including car crashes, 18-wheeler accidents and i... Read more
The National Highway Transportation Safety Administration says that vehicles in the United States still contain some 23.4 million defective Takata Corp. airbag inflators. The agency is consi... Read more
Things have been pretty hectic in our firm over the past several months. Our lawyers and support staff personnel have been hard at work on a number of very important projects. A large number... Read more
We have told you how Takata airbags can deploy violently and send metal fragments at passengers in collisions. This is a serious safety defect and it’s only getting bigger. Honda manufacture... Read more
The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) last month put out a recall notice for defective airbags and urged people whose cars are equipped with them to take action immediat... Read more
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