The lawsuit filed against General Motors Co. over its millions of recalled vehicles is now consolidated into multi-district litigation. At present, over three million vehicles have been recalled for defects ranging from faulty ignition switches to loss of power in various components.
Lawsuits already filed against the car maker allege that GM made misleading statements about the deadly ignition switch flaw, which has resulted in at least 13 deaths and over 40 injuries.
Have you been injured or suffered the loss of a loved one in a Fort Worth, TX auto accident that may have been caused by a defective GM part? You may be eligible to file a compensation claim for what was taken from you.
The personal injury attorneys in our Fort Worth location are now offering FREE case consultations for any person who believes they may have a claim.
To take the first step, contact us today by filling out our online review form or by calling (877) 920-9009.
GM Makes and Models Affected by the Recall
The first recall issued by GM affected millions of vehicle owners in North America and took place in February, 2014. Subsequent recalls were issued for problems related to the flawed ignition switch, like loss of electrical power, which impacts the effectiveness of airbags and other components.
The following makes and models of GM vehicles have been affected by these recalls:
A second round of vehicle recalls was announced in March, 2014 which would affect 1.5 million additional vehicles. The defects in these models included airbag non-deployment, overheating brakes and ineffective material on the instrument panel of certain vans which could fail to protect occupants in a crash.
The makes and models affected by GMs March recall include:
GM claims no injuries have been associated with the defects related to the March recall, though the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration notes there have been complaints.
How Can Our Lawyers Help You?
Filing a claim with AC ensures your interests will be represented competently and within the time limits set fourth by the rules of the GM compensation fund. GM has explained that it will impose no cap on the total compensation it will provide to victims.1
Contact the law offices of Anderson & Cummings today to begin the claims process and recover damages for the harm that was done to you or your loved one.
For your FREE review, call Anderson & Cummings at (877) 920-9009 or fill out our online evaluation form.
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