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automakers who sell cars in the United States rely on Takata Corporation, one
of the world’s largest third-party car parts manufacturers, to supply airbags
for their vehicles. This means that the ongoing recall of Takata airbags is one
of the largest of its kind—involving 65-70 million airbags in tens of millions
of cars. Not only are car companies struggling to notify owners of more than 37
million vehicles that they may be at risk, but some are also facing shortages
of replacement parts designed to fix these critical safety issues.
Hundreds of injuries and at least 20 deaths have been linked to faulty Takata airbags, and more drivers on the road are at risk as the scope of the recall continues to expand. If you or a loved one was injured by a recalled Takata airbag, or you lost someone you love due to an airbag explosion, contact Dudley DeBosier now. Our lawyers are focused on helping Takata airbag victims and their families throughout Louisiana, and we want to help protect your rights to maximum compensation.
With offices in Baton Rouge, New Orleans, and Shreveport, our attorneys are ready to get started on your Takata airbag case today. Contact us 24/7 for a free case review—dial (866) 897-8495 or complete our free initial consultation form to get help now.
a collision happens, airbags must inflate within a fraction of a second to help
protect drivers and passengers. Inflators within the airbag unit use a chemical
propellant to create gases that quickly inflate airbags in vehicles driving up
to 200 mph. What sets the recalled Takata airbags apart from other airbags on
the market is the chemical propellant the company used—ammonium nitrate.
and changes in temperature can make ammonium nitrate unstable over time, and
during accidents, the substance can explode with enough force to rupture the
plastic and metal components around the airbag itself. When this happens,
shrapnel and debris are hurled at vehicle occupants as the airbag inflates.
At Dudley DeBosier, our lawyers are focused on fighting for Takata airbag victims and their families throughout Louisiana. We have the knowledge and resources to take on big corporations when their negligence harms innocent people, and our team wants to build a strong case on your behalf. Fill out a free initial consultation form to take action now.
National Highway Traffic Safety Administration has set up a Takata airbag recall website that
allows you to search for your vehicle make and model. The recall continues to
expand, and more millions of airbags are projected to be recalled as time goes
Airbags are supposed help minimize car accident injuries, not make them worse. If a Takata airbag injured you or your loved one, contact the attorneys at Dudley DeBosier today. With offices in Baton Rouge, New Orleans, Shreveport, Lafayette, and Denham Springs, help is never far away. Call Dudley DeBosier today at (866) 897-8495 or fill out the free initial consultation form below. We’re available to take your call 24 hours a day, seven days a week, 365 days a year.
DeBosier is not associated with, sponsored by, or affiliated with Takata
Corporation or the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration.
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