GM ignition switch

Millions to be Paid Out in GM Ignition Switch Crash Compensation

General Motors (GM) has issued five recalls for over seventeen million cars that have defective ignition switches, including models that have been in production since 1997. Millions of people could be owed millions in compensation. The administrator of...

The 2014 General Motors Ignition Switch Recall: Is Compensation Enough?

General Motors’ attorney Kenneth Feinberg says GM is prepared to pay substantial sums of money to those injured as a result of accidents caused by ignition switch faults in their cars. GM has already admitted to 13 deaths caused by the faulty switch,...

The GM Ignition Switch: Understanding the Recall and Ensuring Your Safety

After openly declaring that they will spend as much money as required to properly compensate the victims of accidents that took place due to faulty ignition switches, General Motors has finally come clean about the faults with their vehicles and are starting...

General Motors Recalls 26 Million Vehicles

Millions of people may be due compensation in one of the largest automobile recalls in recent history. If you have owned a General Motors-made vehicle in the last 17 years, or a relative of yours has, you may be eligible for compensation. If you believe...