On July 13, 2015, the Los Angeles NBC news station broadcast an in depth look at the wrongful death case filed by Panish Shea & Boyle LLP on behalf of the family of Jewel Brangman. 26-year old Ms. Brangman was killed when a Takata Air Bag in her rented Honda ruptured and propelled shrapnel into her neck after a minor fender bender. The resulting blood loss caused Ms. Brangman to be deprived of oxygen, and she succumbed to her injuries.
The report also highlights a disturbing loophole in the law that allows rental car companies to hide the fact that the cars they rent are subject to a recall and to allow the cars to be driven without any repairs being made.
To watch the NBC news clip click here.
For more information about this case and the Takata Air Bag recall , click here.