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Weekly GM ignition fund update: compensation claims on the rise


According to the already traditional weekly report coming from the office of Kenneth Feinberg, the lawyer overseeing GM’s ignition switch victims’ compensation fund, the US automaker has received 64 new claims for compensation in the past seven days. Back in February, General Motors opened Pandora’s Box after it announced it was calling back 2.6 million cars equipped with defective ignition switches, ...
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US: GM ignition switch fund receives claims until January 31
General Motors has set up a program designed to compensate victims of accidents tied to the company’s 2.6 million autos ignition switch recall. Now, the fund’s deadline for the filing ...
Weekly GM report – ignition fund adds six new claims for death and injury
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GM ignition switch weekly report: claims rise 12%
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GM ignition switch death toll reaches 30
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GM’s ignition switch death toll at 29
Yesterday the program designed to compensate the victims of accidents linked to GM’ ignition switch defect issued its weekly update, in which the fatalities toll has risen again, to 29. The ...
GM ignition death toll rises to 27
While the company itself only linked 13 fatalities to the scandalous recall of 2.6 million cars equipped with defective ignition switches, the fund set for the compensation of victims has ...
GM ignition switch claims up 30%
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GM’s ignition switch related deaths tally climbs to 23
Yesterday a report coming from Ken Feinberg’s office, the lawyer in charge with GM’s victims’ compensation fund, has raised the total of fatalities linked to the defective ignition switch found ...

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