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Call attorney Jason Turchin at (800) 337-7755 or submit your questions or to begin your Takata airbag injury claim. Takata recently set up a settlement fund to help resolve injury and wrongful death cases caused by a Takata airbag.

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FLORIDA TAKATA INJURY ATTORNEYS

How to make a claim to the Takata Airbag Tort Compensation Trust Fund or Individual Restitution Fund for compensation for personal injury or wrongful death caused by the malfunction of a Takata Airbag Inflator.

There are three types of claims that can be brought by individuals who suffered injury or wrongful death caused by a Takata Airbag Inflator Defect; each one with its own eligibility requirements:

IRF Claim

Trust Claim

POEM Claim

If a Takata Airbag Inflator Defect caused personal injury or death, you may be eligible to file all three types of claims or you may be eligible for only one or two types of claims.

These claim types cover only physical injuries and wrongful death resulting from the rupture or aggressive deployment of a Takata PSAN Airbag Inflator. Injuries or death caused by other airbag components, a failure to deploy, spontaneous deployment, crash injuries unrelated to the inflator, or economic losses unrelated to physical injuries or death are not covered.
 

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DEADLINES FOR FILING CLAIMS

A Claim Form asserting an IRF, Trust, and/or POEM Claim must be postmarked or submitted electronically through the Special Master/Trustee’s claim filing website, www.TakataInjuryClaimSubmission.com (along with all required supporting documentation), by the following deadlines:

* If your accident occurred prior to April 10, 2018, a “Notice of Claim” or the completed Claim Form must be postmarked or submitted electronically through the Special Master or Trustee’s website no later than April 10, 2021.

* If your accident occurred on or after April 10, 2018, a “Notice of Claim” or the completed Claim Form must be postmarked or submitted electronically through the Special Master or Trustee’s website by the later of three years from the date of the accident, or the time allowed under the state law applicable to the claim.

For all three types of claims, you may elect to initially file a simple “Notice of Claim” rather than a completed Claim Form. Filing a Notice of Claim satisfies compliance with the claims filing deadlines.

If you are not ready to file a complete Claim Form, or if you are planning to defer consideration of their claim until later, you may prefer to file the Notice of Claim instead of the complete Claim Form. To have your claim processed and considered for compensation, a completed Claim Form must be submitted.

WE CAN ASSIST WITH OBTAINING COPIES OF THE PERSONAL INJURY CLAIM FORM, WRONGFUL DEATH CLAIM FORM AND THE NOTICE OF CLAIM FROM THE TRUSTEE/SPECIAL MASTER.
 

OVERSIGHT OF THE CLAIMS PROCESS

Professor Eric D. Green was appointed to serve as both the Special Master of the IRF and as the Trustee overseeing Trust Claims and POEM Claims.

HOW TO BRING A TAKATA INJURY CLAIM

For more information about eligibility and how to file a claim, please feel free to call us at (800) 337-7755 for a free consultation.

If you or a loved one has had serious injuries or death from a defective airbag, and would like to speak to an attorney about a possible Takata airbag lawsuit, contact attorney Jason Turchin by email or call (800) 337-7755. At the Law Offices of Jason Turchin, our lawyers have already represented many victims of Takata airbag injuries. Jason Turchin represents victims in all Florida state and in federal courts, New York, Washington DC and many other states through co-counsel where necessary.