Air Bag Lawsuit Lawyer
Exploding air bags have killed several people and blinded others. Millions of cars have recently been recalled for defective air bags. Matthews & Associates Law firm is handling exploding air bag lawsuits. Contact an experienced car accident attorney for a free legal consultation.
Exploding Takata Air Bags
Takata Corp., a Japanese auto parts company, has some 30% of the world market in air bags. Explosive ammonium nitrate in a metal canister inflates Takata air bags. The air bag accidental explosion problem may be triggered by that ammonium nitrate burning all at once, which can in turn blow the canister into metal shrapnel. These metal shards can then fly into passengers and injure or kill them.
16 Air Bag Deaths
Exploding Takata air bags are suspected or implicated in the deaths of at least 16 people. Another 50 people, mostly Americans, have been injured by Takata air bags, some very seriously.
70 Million Air Bag Recalls
The potentially fatal air bag problem has triggered the largest safety recall in U.S. history.Roughly 70 million air bag inflators, sold by 15 automakers, have now been recalled.
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If you or someone you love was injured by an exploding air bag, contact an experienced air bag recall attorney at Matthews & Associates for a free legal consultation.
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