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GM Ignition switch recall causes

In life, our safety as drivers is something we typically forget, not on purpose, but because the number of times we have a safe trip is much larger than the number of times we end up hurt. Even when something poor happens, we usually are able to bounce back relatively quickly, if it’s a new part, or an oil change, or perhaps even a minor scratch in a parking lot – we’ll be able to move on.

However, certain types of products will malfunction and create a terribly unsafe environment for us as human beings. Marcari, Russotto, Spencer and Balaban understand this completely, and we’re ready to fight on behalf of anyone in North Carolina, South Carolina and Virginia if you or someone you love has been hurt by a defective auto-part. Our main goal is to hold the company that manufactured the part accountable for any injuries you or your family may have received, it doesn’t matter if it’s an ignition switch, an airbag, a steering wheel or a transmission, we believe our clients and we fight to make sure that their experience with us is positive and uplifting from the initial consultation straight through to the settlement.

To see if your vehicle was recalled during 2014, check this comprehensive list.


GM Ignition Switches Fail – But our Attorneys Work Hard to Make Sure We Don’t

It’s okay to be vulnerable after a faulty part in your car short-circuits and hurts you, and it’s okay to ask our attorneys for help. Our attorneys are trained and knowledgeable in all areas of motor vehicle catastrophes and we know how to help from the beginning. The type of issues that we are currently looking at are as follows: 

General Motors – Some cars sold by GM have been found to have malfunctioning parts, that cause a rapid loss of power to a users vehicle. The ignition switch abruptly turns off, and it also disables the airbag, which can frighten passengers even more – as of this tim

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Marcari, Russotto, Spencer and Balaban will proudly represent any individuals that have been the victim of defective Takata airbags, across the Carolinas and Virginia. Call us toll free today at (855) 435-7247, or contact Marcari, Russotto, Spencer and Balaban online to schedule your free consultation. Our firm works on a contingency fee basis, meaning that until your case is resolved, and you’ve received your financial compensation, you don’t have to pay legal fees.