The Didier Law Firm, P.A. specializes in top-notch service and legal advocacy through a team approach dedicated to client needs. The firm’s founding partner, Henry “Hank” Didier, Jr. brings academic excellence, years of litigation experience, and an exceptional track record to the practice.

Senators Call for a Much Broader Recall of Defective Takata Airbags After a Recent Death

Source: New York Times / February 2, 2016 With millions of cars containing potentially defective airbags made by Takata still on the road, two senators on Tuesday urged the Obama administration to significantly expand the airbag recalls. Richard Blumenthal of Connecticut and Edward Markey of Massachusetts, both Democrats, called on the Obama administration in a…

Utah Woman Suffers Permanent Throat Injury, Loss of Speech in Accident Involving Takata Airbag

The Didier Law Firm is serving as co-counsel with Motley Rice on a new product liability action in the District Court for Salt Lake County, Utah on behalf of Randi Johnston of Centerville, Utah. The suit alleges serious, permanent, life-scarring and post-crash personal injuries as a result of the alleged overly volatile explosion of the…

Volkswagen Diesel Scandal Expands: What Should Jetta, Passat, Golf, Beetle And Audi Owners Do?

Source: International Business Times, September 22, 2015 – Volkswagen says 11 million of its diesel cars worldwide have software designed to fool emissions testers, including 482,000 vehicles in the United States. In the wake of revelations that Volkswagen deceived regulators and car buyers about the high level of polluting emissions from its diesel-powered vehicles, you have two…

Takata Air-Bag Recalls Could Expand to Seven More Companies

Letters to auto makers including Tesla from U.S. regulators say scope of recalls may expand Faulty Takata air-bag inflaters have been linked to eight deaths world-wide  Source: Associated Press, September 28, 2015 – Seven more companies including electric-car maker Tesla Motors Inc. could be facing recalls because they use air-bag inflaters made by Takata Corp., according to letters they received…

New Lawsuit – the First in Georgia – Filed Today Against Takata for Injuries From Exploding Airbag

Orlando, FL – (June 2, 2015) – The Didier Law Firm filed a civil lawsuit today on behalf of 29-year-old Christian Sprouse who sustained injuries to her neck and eye after the airbag in her 2004 Honda Civic exploded upon deployment in a minor accident on April 21st, 2015.  Ms. Sprouse received a recall notice…

Takata Finally Acknowledges Airbag Defect; NHTSA Expands Airbag Recall to Nearly 34 Million Vehicles

NHTSA today announced that is has expanded its recall of cars with Takata airbags to 33.8 million vehicles across 11 auto manufacturers.  Takata has also finally agreed to declare them defective, and has entered into an agreement that it will cooperate fully with all NHTSA actions, testing of remedies, and notifications. “The admission made by…