The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration has contacted 12 different automakers because they did not meet the December 2017 deadline (a government order) to fix higher-risk vehicles with Takata air bags; millions of dangerous vehicles are still being driven despite the Administration’s urgent recall. The deadline was imposed as a government order, de

The Takata air bag recall has impacted almost every major manufacturer including Ford, BMW, GM, Honda, Chrysler, Mazda, Mistubishi, Nissan, Subaru and Toyota. The air bags are known to explode causes metal shards to fly into the air at high impacts, causing devastating injuries. The number of recalled vehicles is in the tens of millions.

Though there have been many other recalls of the ever-changing and difficult-to-manufacture air bag, lawsuits regarding the Takata recall have impacted more vehicles, and therefore drivers, than any other recall in recent history.

If you or a loved one has been harmed as a result of a Takata air bag explosion, contact our experienced Pennsylvania defective air bag attorneys. We will gather the evidence and use our expertise to help you get compensation from whomever is responsible for the defect in the airbag.

Call 1-800-444-5309 for a free consultation. We have offices in Scranton, Pittsburgh and Harrisburg and will travel to you.

Learn more about the Takata air bag recall and what to do if your vehicle is on the recall list.