General Motors has issued a recall for defective ignition switches in some of their most popular cars. The recall was prompted by defective switches, which led to numerous accidents and several deaths. These deaths and injuries have also prompted congressional and legal investigation into General Motors.
The experienced vehicle recall attorneys at Gersowitz, Libo & Korek, P.C. are investigating lawsuits against General Motors on behalf of individuals who were affected or injured as a result of the defective ignition switch in the GM vehicle.
Information About the GM Ignition Switch Recall
The defective ignition switch in several popular GM models cause the vehicle to suddenly turn off while driving, disabling the engine and electrical system. This can in turn affect the power steering, brakes and airbags. When these important safety features are disabled, drivers can lose control of their cars, causing major accidents and serious injuries.
GM has issued the ignition switch recall for approximately 2.6 million vehicles manufactured between the years of 2003 and 2011, including:
- Chevrolet Cobalt
- Chevy HHR
- Pontiac G5
- Pontiac Solstice
- Saturn Ion
- Saturn Sky vehicles
If your GM car was recalled due to a defective ignition switch, call our experienced GM recall lawyers today for a complimentary evaluation. We can help determine if you have a valid claim and get you the compensation that you deserve.
Call Us Today
If you or somebody you know was injured by a recalled General Motor vehicle, you
should be proactive in protecting your legal rights by calling the experienced New York personal injury attorneys at Gersowitz, Libo & Korek, P.C. Call us at (800) 529-9997 to schedule a complimentary consultation and for a free case evaluation regarding your victim of crime injury.