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GM ignition switch victims fund reaches 100 fatality claims


A spokeswoman for Ken Feinberg, the lawyer hired by General Motors to rule over the company’s compensation fund, said the claims for deaths linked to the 2.6 million cars equipped with defective ignition switches have reached the 100 units mark. So far, since the fund has been opened to claims on August 1, there were additionally 184 people who were injured ...
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