The lawsuit in this matter was filed in the U.S. District Court for the District of Connecticut. It was alleged that a woman was killed when a faulty airbag device violently exploded during a moderate speed crash. The deceased victim was a passenger in a 2009 Toyota Corolla. Her husband, who was driving car, sustained minor injuries. This lawsuit was filed just after Takata filed for bankruptcy. The Connecticut lawsuit alleges Takata knew its airbags were defective. It did nothing to solve the problem. The injured husband has a long litigation process ahead of him. He may have problems paying litigation costs. “In situations like that, the perfect answer in most cases is to apply for litigation funding,” said Darren Monroe, representative for Litigation Funding Corporation, Michigan.
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Summarized by Natalia Tsar.