We are sponsoring the site GMIgnitionRecallLawsuit.com to help spread awareness about the recall and to let consumers know that they may be eligible for compensation if they have been injured in accident involving one of the recalled cars.
Washington, D.C. (PRWEB) March 24, 2014
Flood Law Group today announced the launch of GMIgnitionRecallLawsuit.com, a new website dedicated to informing the public about all of the specifics of the recent General Motors ignition recall that affects millions of popular GM car models.
According to the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA), the recall affects the following car models:
- 2006-2007 Chevrolet HHRs
- 2006-2007 Pontiac Solstices
- 2006-2007 Saturn Sky models
- 2007 Pontiac G5 models
- Ion models
- Cobalt models
GMIgnitionRecallLawsuit.com features several different pages covering the scope of the recall, including a general information page, a page listing the affected vehicle models as well as specific information related to each model, a page dedicated to additional General Motors recalls from the past, general information on suits that have already been filed against General Motors as a result of the recall, and a contact page where anyone potentially affected by the recall can schedule a thorough investigation into their claim.
“Millions of vehicle owners have been affected by the recent GM recall,” said Christopher Brown, Director of Communications at Flood Law Group. “We are sponsoring the site GMIgnitionRecallLawsuit.com to help spread awareness about the recall and to let consumers know that they may be eligible for compensation if they have been injured in accident involving one of the recalled cars.”
According to the New York Times (G.M. Reveals It Was Told of Ignition Defect in ’01, 3/12/2014), Over 1.6 million vehicles were affected by a recall that was instituted by General Motors after a potentially dangerous defect was found in their ignition systems. According to the report, the ignition systems would sometimes slide out of the “run” position, shutting off the engine. The report states that in some models, the airbags would fail to deploy as a result of the engine being off due to the ignition defect. According to the report, GM has said that there were a total of eight front-impact crashes involving the Saturn Ion in which the airbags did not deploy.
If you or a loved one has been injured in a crash possibly attributable to the ignition defect mentioned in the General Motors recall, please contact Flood Law Group for a thorough investigation of your claim. For more information on the recall, please visit http://www.gmignitionrecalllawsuit.com.
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