More GM ignition-switch claims roll in
Kenneth Feinberg and his team of attorneys found seven more eligible cases in the past week of GM's faulty ignition switches. They included one fatality to bring the total to 57 and seven more injuries involving some hospitalization for a result of 85. The number of accepted occurrences of serious harm like burns, amputations or brain damage remained at nine. As a whole, the group has now offered compensation for 151 claims.
According to the latest release, the lawyers are still reviewing 1,457 cases. They include 157 allegations of fatalities, 107 for severe injuries and 1,193 for less serious hospitalization. You can read the latest weekly update to the report for yourself in PDF format, here.
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