Takata Airbag Lawsuit Attorneys
With millions of dollars now available to help individuals hurt by Takata airbags, you may be eligible for compensation from injuries sustained even years ago.
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The Takata airbags use ammonium nitrate as a propellant, which is sensitive to heat and humidity. This sensitivity triggers the airbags to deploy with deadly force.
The Takata airbag recall affects 37 million U.S. vehicles made by 19 manufacturers, making it the largest auto safety recall. These airbag units have already caused 23 deaths and roughly 300 injuries. Vehicles in all states have been affected, although the humidity and heat in Southern states make the airbags in that region more vulnerable to misfires. The Takata airbags use ammonium nitrate as a propellant, which is sensitive to heat and humidity. This sensitivity triggers the airbags to deploy with deadly force.
Funds Available for Airbag Injuries
Federal entities have now set aside funds for injuries that have been caused by this defective device in the past, and the funds will continue to apply to injuries that may occur in the future.
IIf you or anyone you know has been injured by a Takata airbag unit, contact the experienced lawyers at McDivitt Law Firm for a free consultation today by calling us toll-free at 877-846-4878 or request a free and confidential consultation.
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