GM Ignition Switch Recall
GM Ignition Switch Recall Switch Demands Strong Legal Action in Tennessee
Defective ignition switches on General Motors vehicles have been linked to 12 deaths and 31 accidents nationwide as early as 2001, according to media reports in March 2014, when GM announced it was recalling 1.6 million vehicles. That means GM knew about these defective car parts for more than a decade before the GM ignition switch recall and did little or nothing to correct this design flaw. That’s just wrong. But you can take a stand if you or a loved one was injured or you lost a loved one in an accident. Our Tennessee products liability lawyers at Meade Injury Law Group urge victims of such serious car accidents to call (423) 464-7779 immediately. You have rights. We can fight for them. Act promptly. A delay may affect your rights!
Initially, GM claimed the company first became aware of the problem in 2004 involving Chevrolet Cobalts, which turned off if someone bumped the ignition switch. Now, GM admits the company became aware of possible problems with ignition switches in the Saturn Ion in 2001 during the development stage, although GM insists it thought the company resolved the problem during the design stage.
GM’s defective ignition switches resulted in fatal auto accidents and serious injuries as a result of the airbag in some vehicles failing to deploy in auto accidents. Specifically, four people died in eight, front-impact car crashes in Saturn Ions in which the airbags failed to deploy. Others died or were seriously injured due to other design flaws linked to the defective GM ignition switches. Such accidents illustrate just how dangerous accidents involving defective airbags can be for drivers and passengers.
Put your trust in a GM ignition switch recall attorney who puts your needs first
The GM ignition switch recall affects 1.6 million vehicles nationwide. These vehicles are:
- 2005-2007 Chevrolet Cobalt
- 2007 Pontiac G5
- 2003-2007 Saturn Ion
- 2006-2007 Chevrolet HHR
- 2006-2007 Pontiac Solstice
- 2007 Saturn Sky
Legal cases involving large corporations can be extremely complicated. Companies like GM routinely employ entire teams of lawyers to defend their best interests. That’s why it’s critical you have an experienced Tennessee defective car part lawyer on your side, fighting for your rights. That’s why it’s important you contact us as soon as possible. If necessary, we can even help you file a defective car part lawsuit in Tennessee or wherever your car accident happened.
Don’t wait for GM to make an offer to help your family. Take back control. Contact Meade Injury Law Group today. Call (423) 464-7779 and speak with an experienced Tennessee GM ignition switch attorney at our law firm right now.