RECALL NOTICE: GM Issues Recall Over Defective Airbags
Posted on behalf of Greg Coleman Law on Mar 25, 2014 in Auto Accident
In a recent announcement from General Motors, yet another recall has been issued that is expected to affect more than 1 million vehicles from the auto maker.
The recall involves a potential defect in the front center and side airbags, as well as seat belt pretensioners in certain makes of SUV's that may not deploy if owners ignore the warning light on the dashboard.
This new recall comes on the heels of the recent and widely publicized recall of GM vehicles fitted with faulty ignitions and is expected to cost the manufacturer more that $300 MILLION to correct.
In a statement from the current GM CEO, Mary Barra:
"Something went wrong with our process in this instance, and terrible things happened.... The bottom line is, we will get better as a result of this tragic situation if we seize the opportunity,"
The recall currently affects:
- Saturn Outlook (2008-2010)
- GMC Arcadia (2008-2013)
- Chevrolet Traverse (2009-2013)
- Buick Enclave (2008-2013)
If you or someone that you love has been injured in an accident while in a General Motors vehicle that had airbags fitted and they did NOT deploy, that victim may be eligible to file a damages lawsuit, claiming for financial compensation.
To learn more about your options, contact the highly skilled lawyers at Greg Coleman Law today at (865) 247-0080 and let us review the details of your claim.
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