This year, General Motors has recalled roughly 29 million vehicles in the wake of deadly malfunctions, which led to switches in the ignition that shut off the engine and dangerously prevented airbags from inflating. According to the New York Times, the problem has led to 54 crashes and 13 fatalities (a number provided by GM). This large-scale fiasco has left families grieving the loss of their loved ones, and the comfort that the now deceased people provided. Now, experts are debating how best to compensate the victims.
As reported by USA Today, GM has hired attorney Kenneth Feinberg, …Read More