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General Motors Acccused Of Hiding Ignition Flaws

Story By: Larry Stine

 

 

 
 
 
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  Original Published: 4/23/2014

Attorneys pursuing claims against General Motors accuse the company of concealing a deadly ignition defect. In court documents filed late Monday, the lawyers accuse G-M of hiding the ignition defects while it accepted a taxpayer bailout in 2009. The plaintiff's attorneys are seeking court approval to bring class action lawsuits against the automaker. G-M, meantime, filed papers Monday seeking to protect itself from lawsuits related to the ignition switch recall. The company has tied at least 13 deaths to the ignition problem.

   
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