General Motors (GM) could face paying more than $2 billion in additional damages stemming from its defective ignition switches if a bankruptcy judge rules that economic loss claims against the company can move forward. Many analysts say U.S. bankruptcy judge Robert Gerber could easily allow economic loss claims against GM to move ahead. Those claims, which could amount to hundreds of thousands given the scope of the ignition switch problem, argue that the potentially deadly ignition switch flaw has caused values to plummet in the vehicles affected by the recall. GM has recalled more than 2.2 million vehicles in the ... Read More
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