In the final quarter of 2014, personal injury attorney Chad Tuschman did a blog entry on the extreme dangers of airbags manufactured by the Japanese company, Takata. The airbags have been recalled for a very serious defect that can have dangerous and deadly consequences on its users. Due to over inflation, the Japanese made airbags can explode on collision spraying deadly shrapnel and other metal debris into the passenger cabin. Six deaths have been linked to the exploding airbags. Millions of vehicles carrying the potentially fatal Takata airbag have been recalled. However, millions of these vehicles remain on U.S. roads because of the manufacturer’s lack of ability to make necessary repairs in a timely fashion. A Carfax report, released January 26th of 2015, stated there are 46 million vehicles on U.S. roads that were part of the auto recall but have yet to be fixed. This equals to an astonishing one fifth of all U.S vehicles. The product liability and personal injury attorneys at Williams DeClark Tuschman feel that companies should be held responsible for the products they release to the public. Our Toledo based law firm is accepting Takata airbag cases. If you or some you know has been affected by these dangerous exploding airbags, please contact our attorneys immediately. You can also call our office anytime at 419-318-0772. We will answer any questions you may have and assist you in your next course of legal action.
WARNING! Faulty Takata Airbags Remain on US Roads
| Oct 12, 2015 | Personal Injury