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Press Release – GM Estimate of Victim Compensation Fund Cost Works Out to $22 Per Car

July 24, 2014

Press Release – GM Estimate of Victim Compensation Fund Cost Works Out to $22 Per Car July 24, 2014 General Motors (GM) tells shareholders its estimated cost for the victims compensation plan for ignition switch defects is $400 million; with 17.5 million affected vehicles, that’s just $22 per car MONTGOMERY, ALA. (July 24, 2014) –…

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Press Release – GM Evaded Questions About Ignition Switch Safety When Faced With Death Inquiries

July 17, 2014

Press Release – GM Evaded Questions About Ignition Switch Safety When Faced With Death Inquiries Documents reveal General Motors repeatedly avoided answering questions about its defective ignition switch when faced with ‘death inquiries’ from regulators investigating vehicle crashes MONTGOMERY, ALA. (July 17, 2014) – Today the head of General Motors (GM)’s legal department, Michael P. Millikin,…

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Press Release – Beasley will Submit GM Ignition Switch Injury, Death Claims to Compensation Fund

July 10, 2014

News Release Beasley will Submit gm ignition switch injury, death claims to compensation fund July 10, 2014 After face-to-face meeting with GM Victims Compensation Fund administrator Kenneth Feinberg, Beasley Allen founder Jere Beasley says he is willing to give the plan a chance to work MONTGOMERY, ALA. (July 10, 2014) – After a personal meeting…

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Press Release – GM Compensation Plan May Work for Some Families, But Leaves Out Many Others

June 30, 2014

News Release GM Compensation Plan May Work for Some Families, But Leaves Out Many Others June 30, 2014 ATLANTA, GEORGIA (June 30, 2014) – After reviewing GM’s compensation plan, Lance Cooper of The Cooper Firm says that it may benefit certain victims who were involved in accidents caused by defective key systems in GM vehicles. …

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Press Release: GM Stalling Tactic is a Move to Force Victims to Give up Hope

June 23, 2014

News Release GM stalling tactic is a move to force victims to give up hope June 23, 2014 The General Motors (GM) attempt to move the Melton case to federal court has one purpose, to minimize liability at the victim’s expense MONTGOMERY, ALA. (June 23, 2014) – On June 11 General Motors (GM) filed a notice…

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Press Release – How Many More Defective GM Cars are Still on the Road?

June 17, 2014

News Release How many more defective gm cars are still on the road? June 17, 2014 Despite repeated assurances its defective ignition switch problem had been fully addressed, this week General Motors (GM) recalled another 3.16 million vehicles related to the defect MONTGOMERY, ALA. (June 17, 2014) – Yesterday General Motors (GM) announced the recall…

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Press Release – GM attempting to move Melton case to federal court in stalling effort

June 12, 2014

News Release GM attempting to move Melton case to federal court in stalling effort June 12, 2014 General Motors (GM) demonstrates it says one thing and does another in treatment of victims of its faulty ignition switch by seeking to move Melton case behind bankruptcy firewall MONTGOMERY, ALA. (June 12, 2014) – In an incredible revelation…

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Press Release – The Cooper Firm, Beasley Allen react to GM evaluation of ignition switch recall

June 5, 2014

News Release The Cooper Firm, Beasley Allen react to GM evaluation of ignition switch recall June 5, 2014 GM CEO Mary Barra blamed ignition switch failure and recall delay linked to serious injuries and deaths on “pattern of incompetence and neglect at the company MONTGOMERY, ALA. (June 5, 2014) – General Motors (GM) CEO Mary…

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Press Release – GM fine for failure to timely disclose ignition switch defect only a first step

May 16, 2014

News Release GM fine for failure to timely disclose ignition switch defect only a first step May 16, 2014 Lawyers representing victims permanently injured or killed in wrecks related to General Motors faulty ignition switch say federal fine doesn’t begin to compensate for delays, cover-up related to recalls MONTGOMERY, ALA. (May 16, 2014) – Jere…

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Family says GM lied about knowledge of defective ignition switch

May 16, 2014
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