Defective Airbag Injury Claim Information
Airbag attorney Jason Turchin has been recognized as one of the leading legal sources on the latest airbag recall claims. He has appeared on CBS Evening News, CBS This Morning and other media and continues to fight for answers for defective airbag injury victims.
Contact us now to find out if you are entitled to compensation for an airbag injury at 800-337-7755.
Airbag lawyer Jason Turchin in the news:
CBS Evening News - More Scrutiny For Japanese Maker Of Defective Airbags - Jason was interviewed as a media legal correspondent and victim representative on the Takata airbag explosion claims. Jeff Glor reported on the latest airbag recall.
CBS This Morning - Government Admits Threat Of Exploding Airbags Greater Than Initially Thought - As the Federal investigators reportedly began looking into the Takata airbag cases, Jason appeared again on the national CBS Morning News on the airbag injury cases.
NBC6 News - South Florida Woman Victim Of Airbag Prolems That Led To Recall - After pieces of shrapnel struck a Miami woman in the face and caused serious injuries, NBC6 reported on her lawsuit brought against Honda and Takata.
Telemundo - Jason appeared on Telemundo with a Spanish speaking Miami Gardens airbag accident victim. The story helped raise awareness to potential airbag defect claims in the Latin South Florida community.
Resources for Airbag Recall questions:
Honda Airbag Defect Check - Honda Recall VIN Check - Check out Honda's website and enter your VIN to see whether our car has a Takata recalled airbag.
GM Airbag Defect Check - GM Recall VIN Check - Check out GM's Recall Center to find out if your airbag has been recalled on your Chevrolet, GMC, Saturn, HUMMER, Buick, Cadillac, Saab, Oldsmobile or Pontiac vehicle.
Dodge Airbag Defect Check - Dodge Recall VIN Check - Check out the latest recall information directly from Dodge, Jeep, Ram, Chrysler, SRT and Fiat. Enter our VIN to see if your vehicle has been recalled.
Vehicles With Airbags Recalled (list may not be completely up to date, so check the NHTSA for the most current information):