Class Eligibility

You are a member of the class if you own a Toyota vehicle with a Takata brand air bag. To verify if your vehicle is included in this settlement please utilize the VIN checker here

Specifically as follows:

A current owner or lessee of a Subject Vehicle distributed for sale or lease in the United States and all of its territories and possessions, as of June 9, 2017; or

A former owner or lessee of a Subject Vehicle distributed for sale or lease in the United States and all of its territories and possessions, who sold or returned, pursuant to a lease, a Subject Vehicle after April 11, 2013 and through June 9, 2017.

Estimated Amount

Varies

As a member of the class you may be entitled to one or several of the following remedies:

  • An Outreach Program;
  • A Rental Car/Loaner Program;
  • An Out-of-Pocket Claims Process;
  • A Customer Support Program; and
  • A potential Residual Distribution.

Proof of Purchase

Yes

Case Name

In Re: Takata Airbag Products Liability Litigation Nissan Settlement
No. 15-MD-2599-FAM
United States District Court for the Southern District of Florida

Case Summary

The lawsuit alleges that certain car companies, including Toyota, manufactured, distributed, or sold vehicles with defective Takata airbag inflators. The inflators can, upon deployment, rupture and expel debris or shrapnel at the driver or passenger and/or otherwise affect the airbag’s deployment, and that the Plaintiffs sustained economic losses as a result.

The lawsuit claims for violations of various state consumer protection laws, among other claims. Toyota denies that it has violated any law, denies liability, and denies that it engaged in any wrongdoing with respect to the manufacture, distribution, or sale of the Subject Vehicles.

Settlement Pool

$278,500,000.00

Contact


Auto Airbag Settlement
Settlement Notice Administrator
P.O. Box 3207
Portland, OR 97208-3207
1-888-735-5596 (Toll-Free)
info@autoairbagsettlement.com

10 responses to “Takata Toyota Airbag Settlement”

  1. Laura Van Cleave says:

    Are car dealerships and insurance companies allowed to give me the VIN# of our former vehicle?

    ADMIN – Hi Laura,

    Generally insurance agents are likely to help you out.

  2. Brenda Carter-Soles says:

    I am the owner of 3 Toyota vehicles and just recently sold a 2004 Toyota Camry. Please contact me for any additional info. needed. I look forward to hearing back from you Re: The Toyota Airbag Settlement. Thank you– Brenda C.

    ADMIN – Hi Brenda,

    Simply use the tool provided to check if your cars are affected by this problem. We are not the class action administrators. We are simply a website that captures the most relevant class action settlements.

  3. Carleen McMurry says:

    Does this law suit include Lexus vehicles because that is a division of Toyota Motor Corporation?

    ADMIN – Hi Carleen,

    There is a tool on their website where you enter the VIN to see if you qualify.

  4. frederick dabbelt says:

    I have 2005 Toyota Tacoma am I in the settlement?
    Thanks Fred Dabbelt

    ADMIN – Hi Fred,

    Use the link provided to enter your VIN and find out.

  5. Rose Menefee says:

    I have leased three toyotas

    ADMIN – Hi Rose,

    If your Toyotas meet the criteria set forth on class eligibility you should by all means file a claim.

  6. ken evans says:

    i contacted toyota financial for the VIN

  7. Steven A. Scherer says:

    what is the status of my claim ? my confirmation # is BFEX49DM
    thank you
    steven Scherer

    ADMIN – Hi Steven,

    We are not the class action administrator therefore we are unable to update you. Please contact the admin directly.

  8. Michael L Frazier says:

    I had a car and Toyota and I was in a car accident and the air bag didn’t go off.

    ADMIN – Hi Michael,

    If you believe this was due to a defect consider hiring lawyer. In this case the settlement relates to bags going off with such force that they can kill or injure you.

    • The Rex Ten says:

      The same thing happened to me. I was in an accident (Toyota Prius) and the air bags didn’t go off. Toyota stated you ‘have’ to get hit in a certain area for them to go off which apparently I wasn’t. I have yet to find a lawyer to go after Toyota. Has anyone else seen this problem with Toyota’s?

      ADMIN – Hi Rex,

      Not me personally but perhaps someone visiting this page.

  9. richard t picciano says:

    The final settlement was approved on Nov1st. When will they mail the checks?

    ADMIN – Hi Richard,

    This settlement had a variety of remedies. Are you talking about reimbursements for expenses incurred?

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