How Many Takata Airbag Deaths Have There Been?

As of May 2024, there have been a reported 27 deaths and more than 400 injuries according to Consumer Reports and the NHTSA. A total of 67 million airbags have been recalled in an estimated 42 million U.S. vehicles across the 19 different automakers. As of April 2024, the NHTSA reports that only 88 percent of the faulty airbags have been repaired or replaced which still leaves millions of people... read more?

What is the history of the Takata airbag recall?

Below is a brief history of the main points in the Takata airbag recall situation. The US Department of Transportation has been working to review everything and put a plan in place to correct this large-scale situation.  However, accidents and injuries have still occurred. If you’ve been injured due to a Takata airbag, our attorneys could help you pursue justice and compensation. Contact... read more?

How do you find out if your car is included in the Takata airbag recall?

A June 2016 report states that four automakers — Toyota, Fiat Chrysler, Volkwagen and Mitsubishi — are continuing to sell these defective airbags that must be recalled by 2018. Sadly, these manufacturers are not required to tell buyers about new model cars being equipped with the defective airbags. The NHTSA currently has two resources to help you find out if your vehicle is one that has... read more?