General Motors (GM) has now opted to compensate seven more families of deceased victims killed by the automaker’s defective ignition switches, raising the total amount of death claims accepted by GM to 64. Attorney Kenneth Feinberg, the claims administrator hired by GM to evaluate claims and operate the fund established to compensate victims of the deadly ignition switch recalls, announced that the accepted ignition switch personal injury claims increased by 108. Since the GM ignition switch victim compensation fund began taking claims in August, Mr. Feinberg has received a total of approximately 4,343 claims. The deadline for the ignition switch claims ... Read More
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