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Takata Airbags

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The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) urges car owners to act immediately on recall notices involving defective Takata airbags.

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In 2014 the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration issued a press release urging owners of certain Toyota, Honda, Mazda, BMW, Nissan, Mitsubishi, Subaru, Chrysler, Ford and General Motors vehicles to act immediately on recall notices to replace defective Takata airbags.

Over seven million vehicles are involved in these recalls. The message comes with urgency, especially for owners of vehicles affected by regional recalls in the following areas: Florida, Puerto Rico, limited areas near the Gulf of Mexico in Texas, Alabama, Mississippi, Georgia, and Louisiana, as well as Guam, Saipan, American Samoa, Virgin Islands and Hawaii.

Justice Law's success, demonstrated by our case results, gives you confidence of our ability to litigate, negotiate, and arbitrate on your behalf. To contact a lawyer or our staff or request more information, please email justice@justiceinjurylawyer.com or call our office at 954-515-5656.

Consumers uncertain whether their vehicle is impacted by the Takata recalls, or any other recall, should refer to the NHTSA's web site and search by their vehicle identification number (VIN) to confirm whether their individual vehicle has an open recall that needs to be addressed. Owners that have been contacted by their manufacturer should contact their dealer's service department and make arrangements for the repair. In addition, consumers can contact the NHTSA's Safety Hotline at 888-327-4236 or sign up for NHTSA recall alerts.

Government Increases Air Bag Warning to 7.8 Million U.S. Vehicles Affected by CY 2013 and 2014 Recalls Involving Takata Airbags

Some of the affected manufacturers who have used Takata airbags:

  • - BMW
  • - Chrysler
  • - Ford
  • - General Motors
  • - Honda
  • - Mazda
  • - Mitsubishi
  • - Nissan
  • - Subaru
  • - Toyota

Drivers who are unsure whether their vehicles may be included in the Takata air bag recall can use the NHTSA's new VIN Lookup Service to see whether their vehicles may be subject to this or any other recall. If you or someone you know has been injured as a result of a defective air bag, contact us today to find out if we can help.

Contact Justice Law to speak to us about Takata airbags, the recall or damage or injury. If you have any questions or concerns about Takata airbags Justice Law staff and attorneys have the experience you need. To contact a lawyer or our staff or request more information, please email justice@justiceinjurylawyer.com or call our office at 954-515-5656.

Takata Airbag shrapnel injures drivers and passengers

Cam Justice and Justice Law fight for victims of Takata airbag explosion shrapnel injury death.

Justice Law is an experienced team of professionals, lawyers, staff, and investigators, looking out for the rights of the injured. We are ready to litigate, arbitrate, and negotiate on behalf of our clients to insure that they receive every remedy available to them under the law. Our commitment to our clients and our success in personal injury and accident law creates the record you find on our case results page.

Attorney Referrals Welcome

Justice Law welcomes referrals in all areas of personal injury including, but not limited to, dangerous products, auto accidents, premises liability, medical malpractice, wrongful death, equine accidents, maritime accidents, insurance and bad faith. We handle cases throughout the state of Florida and select cases nationwide. With over twenty years of combined experience, attorneys Cam F. Justice, Esq. and Adam D. Breit, Esq. regularly offer litigation and trial support on complex matters due to their size, scope or complicated legal issues.

The Justice Law firm will honor all referral fee arrangements and the attorney referral program offered by the firm will abide by the referral rules set forth within the Florida Bar regulations.