GM Recalls of Vehicles for Defective Ignition Switches
In the largest class-action lawsuit against General Motors, a group of
attorneys are seeking to sue this company for an amount of more than $10
billion. The lawsuit is a result of the company's manufacturing of defective
ignition switches that have led to around 30 deaths. The lawsuit includes
every new car with this device installed that was sold between July 11,
2009 and July 3, 2014.
If you are the victim of a defective vehicle that was caused by GM's ignition
switches, we encourage you to speak with our experienced legal team at
Morris, Andrews, Talmadge & Driggers, LLC (MATD). We have an impressive track record and the years of collective experience
that you can count on during a difficult case.
Our firm is offering free case evaluations for victims of the GM recall.
Contact our Alabama injury lawyers today by scheduling a complimentary case evaluation online!
Types of Vehicles Recalled
The defective Chevrolet, Pontiac, and Saturn vehicles that used GM ignition
switches were recalled because the operating switch can be moved from
"on" to "off" while the vehicle is still in use. When
the vehicle is in high speed, even hitting a bump in the road could cause
the sensitive button to switch off.
The recall includes 780,000 of the following:
- Chevrolet Cobalts
- Pontiac G5's
842,000 were later added to the lawsuit:
- Saturn Ion compacts
- Chevrolet HHR SUVs
- Pontiac Solstice
- Saturn Sky sports cars
All of the above recalled vehicles are defective because of their ignition switches.
We Have Extensive Experience
At MATD, we have extensive experience handling personal injury lawsuits
and can handle your automobile recall case in a thorough and persistent
manner. Some of our clients have received high verdicts and settlements
as a result of our representation.
Do not hesitate to
contact us by calling
(888) 694-0174 today if you need representation as a recall victim. We are prepared to
fight on your behalf for the result you deserve!