GM Car Owners Bring Class Action Over Fatality-Causing Ignition Defect

, New Jersey Law Journal


A federal court putative class action alleges General Motors Corp. fraudulently concealed a defect in ignition switches of 2.6 million Chevrolet, Pontiac and Saturn vehicles, a problem that has caused at least 13 deaths.

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  • Robert

    It‘s curious to me that with the evidence of fraudulent behavior, deliberate unwillingness to recall in a timely manner, and other such egregious behavior ...that no criminal charges have yet been filed. When we will learn that personal accountability is necessary to modify corporate behavior and not simply financial losses.

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