The GM ignition switch death toll is now officially at 119, significantly more than the original 13 deaths that were linked to the massive recall that affected over 2.6 million vehicles last year. Continue Reading...
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Two more death claims have been approved, increasing the GM ignition switch death toll to 109. Continue Reading...
The official death toll linked to the General Motors‘ ignition switch recall has reached 104. Continue Reading...
The number of deaths officially acknowledged as part of the GM ignition switch recall jumped by seven today. Continue Reading...
The official death toll related to the GM ignition switch recall continues to climb after the passed deadline for compensation claims. Continue Reading...
The death toll for General Motors’ massive ignition switch recall officially sits at 50. Continue Reading...
With the submission deadline for the GM compensation fund nearing, the approved death count continues to rise. Continue Reading...
The number of deaths related to the GM ignition switch recall continues to rise. Continue Reading...
The death toll associated with GM‘s ignition switch recall continues to rise. Continue Reading...
The number of deaths linked to GM‘s ignition-switch recall continues to rise. Continue Reading...
The GM compensation fund has approved more death claims related to the ignition switch recall. Continue Reading...
The death toll surrounding the defective ignition switches in 2.6 million General Motors vehilces continues to rise. Continue Reading...
The number of deaths related to General Motors’ massive ignition switch recall could be on the rise. Continue Reading...
General Motors released the results of an internal investigation into its recall practices yesterday shortly after ending a press conference where reporters were told to refer to the yet-unreleased report. This is why. Continue Reading...
General Motors has officially linked 13 fatalities to its faulty ignition switches, but a new report suggests that number is much higher. Continue Reading...
Experts believe it is likely the number of deaths related to the GM ignition switch recall is more than 13. Continue Reading...