The recall for GM’s ignition switch defect on multiple models has made news headlines due to the likely gross negligence and immoral actions of the auto-making giant. This is mainly because the defect could potentially be the cause of hundreds of deaths across the country, and internal documents show GM knew of the defect for almost a decade. Yet, GM chose not to do anything about the problem. Instead, they chose to save company costs.
If you were injured or lost a loved one due to the GM ignition switch defect, seek legal counsel immediately. The seasoned attorneys at Gatti, Keltner, Bienvenu & Montesi, PLC are now taking cases for GM ignition switch defect injuries or deaths. We have extensive experience with vehicle defect and other automobile product liability claims, having helped clients since 1970. With a successful track record and a team of experienced attorneys, we can aggressively pursue your product liability or wrongful death claim.
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GM has recalled nearly 2.6 million vehicles as the result of a faulty ignition switch. The defect causes the vehicle to completely shut off. It is not hard to imagine the serious lack of control the driver has once this happens and the devastating accidents and injuries that result.
What makes this situation even more infuriating is the fact that GM knew of the defect for almost 10 years and took no action to rectify the situation. Lives have been lost, and it is time for GM to pay the price. We are here to represent you every step of the way and can use our many years of experience in product liability claims to get you the compensation you deserve.
Vehicles likely affected by the defect and that have been recalled include the:
The inaction of GM is deplorable. Internal corporate decisions were taken to save less than $1 per piece of equipment. We are ready to seek justice on your and your family’s behalf. Contact us today to schedule a free initial consultation with our ignition switch defect attorneys in Memphis. We can go over your case and the next steps in moving forward. Our firm also has an office located in Olive Branch, Mississippi for your convenience.