Takata knowingly placed defective airbags in vehicles

| Defective Products, Transportation

The Takata airbag recall, the largest in United States history, places the drivers of an estimated 46 million vehicles at risk of serious injury or death. Beasley Allen lawyer Parker Miller explains how the company’s use of an unstable compound causes its airbags to explode with deadly consequences. Because the airbags explode with too much force, shrapnel from their deployment is projected into vehicles, slicing occupants with pieces of metal. Takata airbags were used by most major car manufacturers to reduce costs, and a shortage of safe airbags continues to leave drivers at risk of being injured. To see if your vehicle is affected by the airbag recall, visit www.nhtsa.gov/recalls, and for more information Takata’s defective airbags, visit https://goo.gl/1uHvLU.

Parker Miller, Beasley Allen Attorney
Parker Miller

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