Litigation Mounting Over Alleged GM Ignition Defect

, The National Law Journal


A lawsuit filed on behalf of a woman who died last year pins the blame on an ignition switch defect that was the subject of General Motors Co.'s recent recalls.

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    I‘m concerned about how these cases are being handled. If fraud is shown and it relates to the bankruptcy, then I think families should be allowed to pursue pre-2009 bankruptcy claims. Putting profits over people is wrong and a company should not be able to benefit from misleading the consumer or courts. Here‘s my detailed post I shared earlier this morning. I look forward to your comments

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