How to Know Whether You Have a Case Against GM

If you or a loved one was severely injured, or if you lost a family member, in an accident involving a vehicle included in the February, 2014 recall by General Motors, you could be entitled to a settlement from GM. [See a list of those vehicles.]

Victims of accidents involving these vehicles have a potential case against GM, because GM knew about a faulty ignition switch, but failed to warn consumers, recall the affected vehicles, or replace these faulty switches until nearly a decade after the problem was discovered. [Read more about the history of these cases.]

Now that GM is admitting these vehicles have a serious problem, and they are trying to protect consumers, many accidents involving the affected cars are being re-reviewed in light of these developments. Those injured, or the loved ones of those who were killed, could be entitled to compensation from GM. [Click here to read about a recent lawsuit settlement.]

To know whether you might have a case, McDivitt Law Firm may ask you to provide the following information:

  • What vehicle were you or your loved one in at the time of the accident?
  • Where is that vehicle now?
  • Do you have access to that vehicle?
  • Do you have photos from the accident?
  •  Do you have the traffic accident report?
  • Do you have an accident reconstruction report?

Those are just a few of the questions McDivitt team members might ask when you call regarding your accident. We will do everything in our power to provide you information regarding whether you might have a case against GM, and what your options might be.

To get in touch with McDivitt, please fill out a free case evaluation form, or call us at 877-846-4878. The initial consultation is absolutely free, and if we take you as a client, you will owe no fee until we get money for you.