As we’ve been discussing on our blog lately, the Takata airbag saga has been dragging on for years, resulting in around 25 million vehicles being recalled worldwide since 2008 due to defective inflators that cause the devices to spray shrapnel at occupants during a wreck.
In the wake of the recall, Honda, one of several automakers involved and Takata’s biggest customer, has had to lower its 2017 sales goals because of safety concerns related to the vehicle’s airbags. According to Reuters, Honda originally had hoped to be selling six million cars a year by 2017, but due to concerns over the quality of its vehicles, the company felt pressure to back off its sales goal.
I Need an Auto Recall Lawyer
Most people have never had to deal with an accident caused by a defective auto part. Automakers and their army of attorneys deal with the victims of such accidents on a daily basis, and know exactly what to do to come out on top. For that reason, victims and their families should speak to an auto recall lawyer about their situation as soon as possible following their accident.
Our firm has helped those injured and the families of those killed in accidents caused by defective auto parts. To learn more about how we may be able to help you, visit our defective auto components page.
Colson Hicks Eidson – Injury Attorneys