GM Faulty Ignition Switch Recall Lawsuits

General Motors (GM) has set aside $625 million to pay for settlements in cases where drivers and/or passengers were injured in an accident caused by a faulty ignition switch used in numerous GM vehicles. Accidents caused by a faulty GM ignition switch that resulted in a fatality could be worth over $1 million.

GM has already paid out $280 million to victims’ families

According to a recent article in the Detroit Free Press GM has already paid out $280 million in compensation to victims’ families through July 2015 and has set aside $625 million to settle other cases where a GM faulty ignition switch caused the accident which led to the injuries. In the current cases filed where there was a fatality, the victim’s family will receive at least $1 million. That amount could rise based on other factors such as the victim’s age, profession and salary, and whether they were a parent.

Faulty GM Ignition Switch

Faulty ignition switches installed in a number of different GM model cars have been linked to dozens of fatal traffic accidents. The faulty ignition switch can cause the ignition to slip out of position and shut off power to the automobile. The lack of power in the car will cause the airbags not to deploy should there be a collision. This exact scenario has led to multiple fatalities and hundreds, if not thousands, of injuries.

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Recalled Vehicle List

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Buick:

  • LaCrosse – 2005-2009
  • Lucerne – 2006-2011
  • Regal LS/GS – 2004-2005

Cadillac:

  • CTS – 2003-2014
  • Deville – 2000-2005
  • DTS – 2004-2011
  • SRX – 2004-2006

Chevy:

  • Cobalt – 2005-2010
  • Camaro – 2010-2014
  • HHR – 2006-2011
  • Impala – 2000-2014
  • Malibu – 1997-2005
  • Monte Carlo – 2004-2008

Oldsmobile:

  • Alero – 1999-2004
  • Intrigue – 1998-2002

Pontiac:

  • G5 – 2007-2010
  • G4 – 2005-2006

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Pontiac (continued):

  • Grand Am – 1999-2005
  • Grand Prix – 2004-2008
  • Pursuit – 2005-2006
  • Solstice – 2006-2010

Saturn:

  • Ion – 2003-2007
  • Sky – 2007-2010
  • Daewoo G2X – 2007

Opel/Vauxhall:

  • GT – 2007-2010

Chrysler® Recall Vehicle Recall List

Chrysler:

  • Town & Country – 2008-2010

Jeep:

  • Commander – 2006-2007
  • Grand Cherokee – 2005-2007

Dodge:

  • Grand Caravan – 2008-2010
  • Journey – 2009-2010

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General Motors Company

General Motors (GM) designs, builds, and sells cars, trucks, and automobile parts all over the world. The company also deals in financing for the purchase of its vehicles. GM’s brands include: Chevrolet, Buick, GMC, and Cadillac.

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Eligible for a GM Faulty Ignition Switch Lawsuit?

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