The settlement benefits the attorneys general of 49 states and the District of Columbia. Read more
A GM spokesperson said that the company is working on a fix and that it will notify customers as soon as it is available to its dealers. Read more
The claim in this case involved the revised version of the defective GM ignition switch, saying it too was defective. Read more
A New York federal court has reduced the scope of the General Motors ignition switch multidistrict litigation. Read more
GM has agreed to a private, confidential settlement that will resolve hundreds of claims against the automaker. Read more
GM started its first recall involving 619,122 vehicles in February 2014. Read more
GM has recalled more than 27 million vehicles that had the defective ignition switch. Read more
The Melton case mentioned above that our firm, along with Lance Cooper, handled in Georgia was the sole reason GM’s bad conduct was initially uncovered. Read more
The court finds the settlement and plan of allocation to be fair, adequate, and reasonable to the settlement class and therefore is granting final approval. Read more
GM has assured consumers that the automaker has not received any reports of the Saab or Astra vehicles’ airbags exploding. Read more
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