GM approval for ignition-switch death claims hits 30
The Detroit News reports that according to the compensation fund, offers have been made to 31 victims, 21 of which have been accepted. The fund expects to cut its first checks soon, with as much as $1.3 million going towards death claims ($1 million for the death and $300,000 to spouses and children for pain and suffering).
Meanwhile, the compensation fund has told The News that it has found 90 to 100 claims weren't eligible for funding, while the remaining claims are still being reviewed. Consumers still have about two months before the claim window closes on December 31.
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