Tuesday, November 25, 2014
"Another GM Recall Bombshell Raises More Questions"
The payment shouldn't be outrageous, but certainly cover any loss...
Mark Modica recently reported on General Motors actions on the National Legal and Policy Center website:
"The evidence continues to mount that General Motors has been less than transparent, if not outright culpable, regarding its ignition switch recall fiasco. As the death toll mounts (from the original 13 casualties reported by GM to the just revised 32 deaths) for victims involved in crashes of GM vehicles with defective ignition switches, new evidence has emerged that GM actually ordered replacement parts for the defective switches a full two months before they even reported a problem."