Got my Xb (the [censored] oil burner) registered. Probably each get a .35 check in the mail with a .45 stamp on it.
We've had two such cars, one of which remains in the family fleet, so we'd get seventy cents.
The firm that filed this will get PAID.
Still, the problems inherent in the propellant used in these bags were known long before people started getting killed or suffering permanent disfigurement and lost eyes.
Maybe Takata should have stepped up to the plate years before it was made to do so?
Maybe these lawyers are merely performing the useful function of calling out and making accountable a company that made a product that actually killed people when used as intended?