Vehicles that are of the year 2008 and older are getting top priority for repairs for Takata airbag inflator recall as per U.S. Government. NHTSA defines the high-humidity region as Alabama, Florida, Georgia, Hawaii, Louisiana, Mississippi, Texas, Puerto Rico, American Samoa, Guam, Saipan, and the U.S. Virgin Islands.
Takata Corporation Liability
Congressional hearing last month urged Takata executive to create a compensation fund for victims similar to one established by General Motors after its ignition switch recall. Kevin Kennedy, an executive vice president, from Takata said, “Takata believes that a national compensation fund is not currently required,”
Honda is adding 1.39 million vehicle, broadening this campaign which brings the total number of cars from Honda in need of the fix on the passenger’s side to 2.3 million.
Vehicle Crashworthiness Trial Attorney E. Todd Tracy is speaking at 2015 Midyear TTLA(Texas Trial Lawyers Association) Conference and CLE Seminar on June 3rd 2015 at the Omni Austin Hotel Downtown. As a 2015 Board of Directors for TTLA, Mr. Tracy will be speaking on “Why Airbag Shortcomings will Jeopardize Vehicle Safety for the Next 10 […]
In humid states, Honda is adding hundreds of thousands of vehicles to a previously announced recalls for passenger air bags that has the potential to explode. This could send shards of metal in to passenger compartment and seriously injure or kill occupants in the vehicle. Honda Accord, Civic and CR-V has air bag systems that […]
Defective Takata airbags that are used by the major vehicle manufacturers like Toyota, Honda, Ford, GMC, Nissan etc. could become the largest vehicle safety recall in the history. More than 30 million cars and trucks nationwide are equipped with defective Takata airbags (As per. Oct. 26th 2014). Takata Corporation announced that an estimated 33.8 million cars will be […]