A family in Iowa is claiming that a defective airbag was responsible for the death of their relative in 2003, an article on kcrg.com reported December 3.
According to Kim Kopf, her sister Charlene Weaver was the victim of a faulty Takata airbags. Weaver, who was the passenger in the vehicle, reportedly suffered a cranial fracture caused by projectiles originating from the airbag. Kopf’s family discovered that Charlene’s vehicle was included in the Takata recall; however, the company is only recalling cars in parts of U.S. with a humid climate. The family is considering conducting their own investigation and possible filing a lawsuit after more news involving the recalled airbags continue to appear.
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The relatives of a pregnant woman who was killed in a recent fiery Jeep accident have decided to file a claim against the vehicle manufacturer, CBS Detroit on November 18 stated.
According to an attorney representing White family, Kayla’s 2003 Jeep Liberty was included in a massive Chrysler recall. The recall called for a trailer hitch to be installed in the designated vehicles to prevent the fuel tank from being struck from behind. Kayla, who was eight months pregnant, died after her Jeep reportedly ignited when another car rear-ended her on Lodge Freeway. The lawyer claimed that Kayla attempted to have her vehicle repaired but she was told that the component that needed to be installed was unavailable. Chrysler stated that they had enough parts stocked for the recalled vehicles. The fatal crash is still being probed by authorities in Michigan.
The Iowa lawyers of LaMarca Law Group, P.C. send their deepest thoughts to the family and friends who are suffering from the sudden loss of their loved one.
A woman’s children filed a wrongful death lawsuit after their 95-year-old mother was killed after being struck by a truck.
According to a lawsuit, the family claims that the truck driver and his employer were allegedly to blame for the woman’s death. Police have said that the truck driver ran a red light and struck the driver’s side of a car.
The woman was riding in the passenger seat in her friend’s car at the time and they were leaving lunch at the country club when it occurred. The attorney for the woman’s estate shows that the company has faced issues in the past.