GM ignition switch death toll continues to rise
So far, 200 people have been offered compensation. That figure includes 74 for fatalities, which is seven more than the previous week, according to Automotive News. There are also 11 for so-called Category One injuries for serious impairment like quadriplegia and permanent brain damage, and there are 115 accepted cases of Category Two harm for wounds involving hospitalization.
With 1,326 cases still under review, the lawyers aren't expected to complete their job until the late spring or early summer, according to Automotive News. Of those pending claims, there are 95 for fatalities, 85 for Category One injures and 1,146 for Category Two harm. You can read the latest statistics for yourself in PDF format, here.
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