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GM vs GM: Can a Company Sue Itself?

The ignition switch recall has been a nightmare for General Motors Corporation. The scandal rocked the automotive industry just as the company was recovering from its 2009 bankruptcy. The company is finally in a position to settle a large portion of the personal injury lawsuits from this debacle. Only one thing stands in GM’s way—itself! GM vs GM: Will New…
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Do Nissan Owners Need to Worry About Defective Brakes?

Can you identify the most important part of your car? Some would say it’s the airbags, or maybe even the seatbelts, but experienced drivers know that your control of the car is what really counts. The way you control your car can prevent and avoid dangerous situations, and that means your throttle, steering and brakes are the parts you need…
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Should Recall Notices Be Issued by Email?

The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) recently announced a ninth death caused by a defective Takata airbag injector. According to NHTSA, defective Takata airbags have a 50 percent chance of rupturing during a car crash. When these airbags fail, they shoot shrapnel into the faces of drivers and passengers. NHTSA has pleaded with auto manufacturers to revamp how they…
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