Takata Recall Increased to 34 Million Vehicles

Takata has announced that it is almost doubling the size of its immense recall for defective airbags. This is the largest auto recall in history. Takata has already recalled 18 million vehicles for faulty airbags.
The defective Takata airbags are being attributed to at least five deaths and numerous injuries including vision damage. The airbags can explode and propel shrapnel into the face and body of drivers and front seat passengers.
NHTSA initially approved a limited recall, but has since gone on to force Tataka and 11 automakers to increase the recall. Takata has also been fined by NHTSA $14,000 a day for refusing to cooperate with its investigation.
Toyota and Lexus 2002-2007
Toyota, Lexus and Pontiac 2002-2007

Honda 2001-2007

Honda 2001-2011 Vehicles
Mazda 2003-2008 Vehicles
Mazda 2004-2006 Vehicles
Chrysler/Dodge Recall for 2003 Vehicles
Chrysler/Dodge/Mitsubishi/Sterling Recall 2004-2011 Vehicles
BMW 2002-2006 Vehicles
Ford 2004-2006 Vehicles
Ford 2005-2014 Vehicles
Mitsubishi 2004-2006 Vehicles
Subaru 2004-2005 Vehicles

GM/Chevrolet/GMC 2007-2008 Vehicles 
Fiat Chrysler Vehicles Affected by Takata Recall Expansion
Department of Transportation announces steps to address Takata air bag defects
U.S. DOT Announces National Recall of Takata Air Bags
Recalls Over Takata Airbag Defects Grow to 34 Million


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Wayne Hogan

Wayne Hogan

Wayne Hogan, a Jacksonville native, has been with the firm since 1977. He graduated from Florida State University, where he received both his bachelor’s and J.D. degrees. He specializes in all areas of personal injury law. In addition to participating in many professional associations, he and his wife, Pat, are also actively involved in the community.