Hurt By Faulty GM Ignition Switch? Protect Your Rights!
Legal Expertise for Victims of Auto Accidents Involving Faulty GM Ignition Switch
It’s been all over the news: GM’s failure to protect its customers by fixing a faulty ignition switch has led to accidents, even deaths. And the company’s CEO has come clean by admitting they knew of the problem more than 10 years ago!
When you find yourself behind the wheel, the last thing you expect is your vehicle’s engine to shut off while you are in motion. Without power, vital safety features like the airbags won’t deploy—placing you and your passengers in grave danger.
What Should You Do?
GM is currently under investigation for knowing about the problem and failing to take immediate action. GM has issued a recall for millions of its vehicles that contain the defective part. Did you buy one of these cars?
- Chevrolet Cobalt (2005–2010) and HHR (2006–2011)
- Pontiac G5 (2007–2010) and Solstice (2006–2010)
- Saturn Ion (2003–2007) and Sky (2007–2010)
or any other GM vehicle, whether subject to a recall or not.
GM Ignition Switch Lawsuit
If you or someone you know has been injured by the faulty GM ignition switch, please contact the personal injury lawyers at Lowe Eklund Wakefield Co., LPA. Our trial attorneys have a proven track record of representing clients in products liability cases, including major auto accident cases involving auto defects.
Find out what you’re entitled to. Call 216-781-2600 or fill out the form below.