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General Motors settles last two bellwether cases.

Auto Business News-September 6, 2016--General Motors settles last two bellwether cases

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Auto Business News - 06 September 2016

General Motors Company (NYSE: GM), a United States-based automaker, has settled the last two so-called bellwether cases resulting from a faulty ignition switch that resulted in 124 deaths and 275 injuries

The settlement came on the eve of what would have been the fourth in a series of test trials intended to help the automaker and the plaintiffs define settlement options in 234 injury and death lawsuits consolidated in Manhattan federal court.

The company said in a statement, 'We have an agreement to settle the last two federal bellwether cases.'

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Date:Sep 6, 2016
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