Families of people victimized by defective GM vehicles are speaking out against the manufacturer. Faulty ignition switches in GM vehicles have caused more than one dozen deaths and many more injuries. Angry family members want individuals within the company to be held legally responsible for failing to disclose the defects in a timely manner.
On Wednesday, April 3, Senator Claire McCaskill said that the lead ignition switch engineer on the Chevy Cobalt has actively attempted to hide the fact that the ignition switches are deficient.
Should it be proven that GM’s employees did intentionally choose to not disclose information regarding their vehicles’ maladies, legal experts said that it is much easier to accuse a corporation of wrongdoing, rather than individuals.
The attorneys at the Woodson Law Firm represent Fort Worth people that have been injured in various accidents. If you have been injured while riding in a defective vehicle, you should not be responsible for covering costs related to your injuries. Call our offices today at (817) 338-0303 to learn more about your legal options.