Airbag explodes on steering wheelTK Holdings, the North American subsidiary of Japanese airbag manufacturer Takata, recently issued a large recall of defective airbags that impacts more than 3 million vehicles in the United States. The allegedly faulty airbags are included in a wide variety of vehicles, including:
According to documents filed with the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA), Takata airbags may improperly rupture, burst, or explode, causing potentially serious injuries or death to vehicle occupants.
Takata claims that no people have suffered injuries as a result of their defective airbags, but there may be individuals who have not stepped forward and filed a report. If you or someone you love suffered serious injuries as a result of a Takata airbag rupturing, bursting, or exploding, please contact the product liability and injury attorneys of The Cochran Firm, D.C. You may be eligible for significant compensation.
We offer free, confidential, and prompt case evaluations. Please call 202-682-5800 or register for a free consultation on our website. Because strict time deadlines apply to filing a Takata airbag defect claim, we strongly recommend contacting us at your earliest convenience in order to preserve your rights.