The defective ignition switches affected 2.6 million vehicles made in the U.S. from 2003 through 2011. Read more
The General Motors ignition switch compensation fund has rejected 91 percent of claims filed with the fund, according to revised statistics released by the fund late last month. It appears t... Read more
Takata Corp. has refused to establish a compensation fund for victims of its air bag defect, which has caused at least eight deaths. The company cites the “limited number of claims... Read more
After a meeting with Kenneth Feinberg, General Motors (GM) Victims Compensation Fund administrator, we decided to give the plan a chance. I, along with Cole Portis, who heads up our firm’s P... Read more
In response to claims of deaths and injuries related to its defective ignition switch, General Motors (GM) established a victim compensation fund, telling the public that it is uncapped. But... Read more
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