Defective Takata airbags can cause life-threatening injuries

While all airbags may seem helpful rather than harmful, they actually require an explosive charge to deploy at the quick speeds required during an accident, which can cause serious issues. Beasley Allen lawyer Kendal Dunson explains how the explosion can prove deadly if the occupant is too close to the airbag when it deploys, or in the case of Takata airbags, the airbag spews shrapnel on vehicle occupants during deployment. In other cases, it may not deploy at all, also potentially resulting in severe injury or even death. For more information, visit the defective airbag section of our website at beasleyallen.com/matter/airbags/.

Kendall Dunson

Kendall was named Beasley Allen's 2015 Litigator of the Year.


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