General Motors Compensation Fund Adds 75 Claims To Tally

As of this Monday, the compensation fund set up by General Motors in the wake of the February 2014 ignition switch recall received 75 more claims.

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General Motors Compensation Fund Sees 51st Eligible Death Claim

The compensation fund set up by General Motors in the wake of the February 2014 ignition switch recall confirmed its 51st eligible death claim Monday.

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Feinberg: No Offers From GM Comp Fund Have Been Rejected So Far

The deadline for filing a claim with General Motors victim compensation fund now passed, Kenneth Feinberg says no offer has been rejected thus far.

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General Motors Sticking To Filing Deadline Despite Calls For Extension

Despite a request from two senators to extend the deadline for its compensation fund, General Motors will still close the filing window this Saturday.

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General Motors Compensation Fund Sees 50th Eligible Fatality Claim

With the deadline to submit claims coming this Saturday, the General Motors compensation fund has confirmed its 50th fatality.

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GM Compensation Fund Deems 49 Fatality Claims Eligible For Payout

Monday, the compensation fund created by General Motors in the wake of the February 2014 ignition recall announced that 49 deaths thus far would receive compensation.

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GM Compensation Fund Adds 104 Claims For Review

Another 104 claims have been added to the pile for examination by Kenneth Feinberg and his staff, who are overseeing the victim compensation fund established by General Motors as a result of the February 2014 ignition switch recall.

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100 Fatality, Injury Claims Approved For GM Compensation Fund Payments

It’s been a while since the TTAC Zaibatsu checked in on the victim compensation fund created by General Motors and overseen by the office of attorney Kenneth Feinberg. How have things gone since the last time?

One hundred fatality and injury claims have been approved.

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GM Victim Compensation Program Deadline Extended

The victims and families affected by the February 2014 General Motors ignition switch recall can breathe a little easier, as the deadline to file a claim with the victim compensation program administered by attorney Kenneth Feinberg has been extended.

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Ditlow To Feinberg: Seek More Claimants, Speed Up Processing

Per a suggestion by Center for Auto Safety’s executive directory, Clarence Ditlow, attorney Kenneth Feinberg may seek claimants for the compensation plan set up by General Motors in the wake of the February 2014 ignition switch recall by pouring trhough regulators’ files.

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Sixty-One GM Victim Compensation Claims Approved For Payout

As of last Friday, 30 fatality and 31 injury claims have been approved for payout from the General Motors victim compensation fund created in the wake of the February 2014 ignition recall, and helmed by the staff of appointed attorney Kenneth Feinberg.

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GM Compensation Claims Total 1130, 24 Death Claims Approved

The compensation fund created by General Motors to pay claims resulting from injuries and deaths linked to a defective ignition switch found in a handful of 2003 through 2007 compact models has approved a total of 24 death claims for payout.

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Fifteen Claimants Receive First Offers From GM Compensation Fund

The compensation fund established by General Motors and managed by attorney Kenneth Feinberg to pay accident and fatality claims linked to a defective ignition switch in a handful of 2003-2007 models has made its first cash offers to 15 claimants.

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Feinberg: 21 Fatality Claims Eligible For Compensation

According to the latest report from the General Motors compensation program published Monday, 21 fatalities linked to the defective ignition switch that launched a thousand recalls will receive payments.

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131 Fatality Claims Filed With GM Compensation Fund Thus Far

Yesterday, we reported General Motors accepting there were 19 fatalities linked to a defective ignition switch originally tied to 13 deaths and 31 accidents, thanks in part to the compensation fund established with the aid of administrator and attorney Kenneth Feinberg. More could be on the way, however, as 131 fatality claims have been submitted thus far.

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  • Lorenzo Subaru had the ideal wagon - in 1995. The Legacy Outback was a straight two-box design with rear quarter and back windows you could see out of, and was available in brown with a 5-speed manual, as God and TTAC commenters intended. It's nice they're not raising prices, but when you've lost the plot, does it matter?
  • Bkojote Remember a month a go when Cleveland wanted to create a more walkable Cleveland and TTAC's 'BIG GOVERNMENT IS THE PROBLEM' dumbest and dullest all collectively crapped their diapers? Here's the thing- look on any American highway and it's littered with people who don't /want/ to be driving or shouldn't be. Look at every Becky on her phone during the morning commute in her Tucson, look at every Brad aggro driving his 84 month loan GMC. Hell look how many drivers nowadays can't even operate a headlight switch. You expect these people to understand a stoplight? In my neighborhood alone 4 people have been rear ended at lights from someone on their phone. Distracted driving over the past 10 years has spiked, and it's only going to get worse unless Becky has an alternative, because no judge is going to pull her license when 'she needs it to get to work!' but heaven forbid she not check fb/tiktok for 40 minutes a day.
  • Scott Shouldn't the The Italian Minister for Business be criticizing The Milano for being too ugly to be Italian?Better use of resources doing that....
  • Steve Biro Frankly, while I can do without Eyesight and automatic start-stop, there is generally less B-S with Subarus in terms of design, utility and off-road chops than with many other brands. I just hope that when they adopt Toyota’s hybrid system, they’ll also use Toyota’s eCVT.
  • The Oracle These are all over the roads in droves here in WNC. Rarely see one on the side of the road, they are wildly popular, capable, and reliable. There is a market for utilitarian vehicles.