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Chevy Cobalt Recall Lawyer For Ignition Switch Failure

Written by Auto Accident. Posted in Accidents Injuries Wrongful Death, Class Action Lawsuits, GM Ignition Switch Class Action, GM Key Switch Recall Lawsuits, gm lawsuit for gm ignition recall settlement, Injury Lawsuit News

 GM Chevy Cobalt Ignition Failure  Lawsuit  Settlement

GM has settled a wrongful death lawsuit, Melton v. General Motors et. al., for an ignition switch failure. There are more then 1.4 million vehicles with defective ignition switches thru-out the U.S In this lawsuit the victim was a female who died in a 2010 accident involving a 2005 Chevrolet Cobalt. This was this woman’s 29th birthday.  Lawyers claimed  that the ignition key  failed, causing her to suddenly lose control of the vehicle. She was hit by another vehicle and drove into a creek. GM has  admitted that they knew about these  problems with the ignition switch in 2004. This was  before the 2005 Chevy Cobalt was being sold. They did not recall the Chevy Cobalt’s but  instead , sent a notice to dealers and created a snap-on key cover to fix the situation. This was hardly an answer to a massive and very dangerous  problem. Since then General Motors has  announced a plan that sets a $1 million starting point for each death in accidents caused by a defective ignition switch in GM cars.
 January through June 2014, GM has recalled the following cars:
  • Buick Lacrosse – 2005-2009
  • Buick Lucerne – 2006–2011
  • Buick Regal LS & GS – 2004–2005
  • Camaro – 2010-2014
  • Chevrolet Cobalt – 2005 to 2010
  • Chevrolet HHR – 2006 to 2011
  • Chevrolet Impala – 2000-2014
  • Chevrolet Malibu – 1997-2005
  • Chevy Monte Carlo – 2000–2008
  • Cadillac Deville – 2000–2005
  • Cadillac CTS – 2003-2014
  • Cadillac DTS – 2004–2011
  • Cadillac SRX – 2004-2006
  • Oldsmobile Alero – 1999-2004
  • Oldsmobile Intrigue – 1998-2002
  • Opel GT – 2007 model year
  • Pontiac G5 – 2007 to 2010
  • Pontiac Grand Am – 1999-2005
  • Pontiac Grand Prix – 2004-2008
  • Pontiac Pursuit – 2005 to 2006
  • Pontiac Solstice – 2006 to 2010
  • Saturn Ion – 2003 to 2007
  • Saturn Sky – 2007 to 2010
Were you or a loved one injured or was a loved one killed in a GM Chevy Cobalt ignition key failure? Speak to one of our GM ignition key failure recall lawyers to file a claim  

GM Faulty Ignition Injury Lawyers For Compensation Claims In The GM Settlement Fund

Written by Auto Accident. Posted in GM Ignition Switch Class Action

Nationwide GM Faulty Ignition Key Car Crash Lawyers

General Motors Recall Injury Lawyers

General Motors Faulty Key Switch System. Car Accident?

Join The GM  Class Action  lawsuit in the U.S. District Court for the Northern District of California for  plaintiffs  over a defective  key switch system causing crashes, injuries and deaths. Did   GM mislead consumers about scope of the failed key system problem? Where You In An Accident When The Ignition Failed?

The GM Recall  Facts

1. 971,000 vehicles, including  2008-2011 small model GM cars, have been recalled for  potentially containing  mechanisms related to its defective system. 2. GM had originally  recalled 1.6 million cars for repairs earlier in March. 3. The ignition defect has  caused at least 31 crashes and is linked to 12 deaths. Documents released by GM in early March show  that the automaker knew about the ignition problem as early as 2001.

File Your GM  Lawsuit Today

GM reports that nearly 100,000 of the faulty ignition switches were sold to auto dealers and wholesalers, and that approximately 90,000 were used for repairs.

Was one of them you?

Were You Injured?

To be included in the GM  bad Ignition Switch Injury Settlement Compensation Lawsuit contact us today

GM has launched a trust fund to cover the deaths and injuries linked to the faulty ignition switch. Kenneth R. Feinberg, a compensation expert hired by G.M., announced a plan to pay victims of accidents involving the 2.6 million G.M. vehicles recalled for the ignition failure. The plan  promises   payments to  people who were critically injured and more than $1 million for families of those who died. A class action lawsuit was filed in Seattle seeking up to $10 billion for the loss of resale value of the GM  customer’s cars.

How Do I File A Claim For Compensation In The GM Ignition Key Failure Settlement Fund?

If you  were injured or a loved one killed in an accident form  one of the recalled General Motors vehicles call us to find out about your rights to a  compensation settlement from the new GM Ignition Compensation Claims Facility. When the ignition lock fails  your  car’s engine, airbags, power steering and power brakes do not work. This has caused serious accident and deaths,.

The GM Ignition Switch Recall Cars  Include:

Daewoo G2X (Model Year 2007) Opel/Vauxhall GT (Model Year 2007) Pontiac G4 (Model Years 2005-2006) Pontiac G5 (Model Year 2007) Pontiac Pursuit (Model Years 2005-2006) Pontiac Solstice (Model Years 2006-2007) Saturn Ion (Model Years 2003-2007) Saturn Sky (Model Year 2007)

Replaced Ignition Switch Models

Chevrolet Cobalt (Model Years 2008-2010) Chevrolet HHR (Model Years 2008-2011) Daewoo G2X (Model Years 2008-2009) Opel/Vauxhall GT (Model Years 2008-2010) Pontiac G5 (Model Years 2008-2010) Pontiac Solstice (Model Years 2008-2010) Saturn Sky (Model Years 2008-2010) and other GM cars recently added to the list  

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