Louisiana Car Accident Attorneys at Simien & Simien Providing Legal Evaluations to Owners of Recalled General Motors Vehicles Who May Be Eligible for Compensation

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Baton Rouge-based auto accident law firm Simien & Simien encourages individuals who have been injured and families who have lost loved ones in accidents involving one of GM’s recalled models to seek complimentary legal advice from an attorney to determine whether they may be eligible to pursue damages.

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Baton Rouge law firm Simien & Simien is investigating the General Motors recall involving 3.1 million vehicles in the United States. The recalled automobiles are associated with nearly 31 accidents and 13 fatalities, according to a press release issued by General Motors on Feb. 25.

According to a report from USA Today on March 11, federal investigators have begun a criminal probe into GM’s handling of the recall, citing that the auto manufacturer may have known about the ignition switch issue for years prior to the recall.

“It’s tragic to us that there is a possibility that an immense amount of pain and suffering may have been prevented. Our hearts go out to the people who have been injured and the families who have lost loved ones while driving in one of the recalled vehicles. We’re prepared to take full advantage of our firm’s vast resources to fight for the justice these people deserve.”

On Feb. 10, General Motors announced a recall on its Pontiac G5 and Chevrolet Cobalt cars due to a defective ignition switch. According to the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration recall notice, additional weight to the key ring along with certain road conditions could result in an event causing the ignition switch to transfer out of the run position, turning the engine, airbags and electronics off.

On Feb. 25, GM expanded its recall to include an additional four models, citing the same ignition switch problems. This brought the total number of recalled automobiles up to 1.6 million vehicles in the United States.

As reported by CNN on March 18, another recall was issued March 17, adding another 1.5 million vehicles to the total, this time citing issues with airbags and instrument panel repairs needed in several GM models.

The following vehicles have been affected by a GM recall issued in 2014:

  •     2003-2007 Saturn Ion
  •     2005-2007 Chevrolet Cobalt
  •     2006-2007 Chevrolet HHR
  •     2006-2007 Saturn Sky
  •     2006-2007 Pontiac Solstice
  •     2007 Pontiac G5
  •     2008 – 2013 Buick Enclave
  •     2008 – 2013 GMC Acadia
  •     2009 – 2013 Chevrolet Traverse
  •     2008 – 2010 Saturn Outlook
  •     2009 – 2014 Chevrolet Express
  •     2009 – 2014 GMC Savana
  •     2013 – 2014 Cadillac XTS

The car accident attorneys at Simien & Simien are currently investigating the General Motors product recall and urge anyone involved in an accident with one of these recalled vehicles to contact a law firm immediately for complimentary legal advice. Those interested in a free legal evaluation can contact Simien & Simien at (800) 374-8422 or visit simien.com to determine if they have grounds to file a lawsuit.

About Simien & Simien

The personal injury attorneys at the law offices of Simien & Simien have in-depth knowledge of maritime law, class action and mass tort litigation with serious emphasis on personal injury cases and cases of wrongful death from industrial, auto accident, and other life-threatening or debilitating accidents. Licensed to practice in Louisiana and Texas, Simien & Simien strives for perfection in all that they do and have an impeccable reputation from the thousands of clients that have sought their representation in legal affairs throughout the years. For a confidential, complimentary case review, visit simien.com, or call (800) 374-8422.

Simien & Simien
7908 Wrenwood Blvd.
Baton Rouge, LA 70809
(225) 925-1411

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