The General Motors compensation fund has determined that 107 death claims related to the automaker’s defective ignition switches are eligible for compensation. The toll far exceeds the 13 vi... Read more
We were all highly pleased that I can now write that the Melton case has been settled. Ken and Beth Melton, whose daughter Brooke died because of a defective General Motors ignition switch,... Read more
General Motors Co. (GM), which as we all know has been under intense media, congressional and courtroom scrutiny over fatalities caused by its defective and highly dangerous ignition switche... Read more
As of Feb. 1, 2015, General Motors had received a total of 4,180 claims for compensation for ignition switch defects in its cars, according to Ken Feinberg, the official administering the vi... Read more
As of December 15, four more deaths had been linked to General Motors ignition defect, raising the total to 42 fatalities that GM now admits to. This new number was released in a report from... Read more
We are learning more about who all at General Motors (GM) knew about the serious problem with its defective ignition switch in GM vehicles and when they knew it. It is now very clear that a... Read more
According to the latest report released Oct. 27 by General Motors Victim Compensation Fund administrator Kenneth Feinberg, there have been a total of 192 death claims submitted since the fun... Read more
The GM compensation fund, which was up set up to pay for deaths and injuries caused by its vehicles with faulty ignitions, is now accepting claims. As we have previously reported, the five-m... Read more
Despite an attempt by General Motors (GM) to move the wrongful death lawsuit filed by the Melton family to the federal court system, U.S. District Judge Thomas Thrash, Jr. ruled that the cas... Read more
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