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GM compensation expert Kenneth Feinberg lays out the plan for receiving claims and providing relief for victims of the GM ignition switch failure. (July 17)
General Motors announced its compensation program for victims of ignition switch crashes. Compensation expert Kenneth Feinberg will distribute billions to victims on behalf of the automotive company. We talk to victims about these developments.
General Motors says it will not put a ceiling on the total dollar amount it will pay out for auto accident victims related to the automaker's ignition switch defect. Kenneth Feinberg, who GM hired two months ago to administer the compensation claims, says the plan will be entirely voluntary and will extend not only to drivers but also to passengers and even pedestrians injured as a result of an auto accident related to the defect.
GM victims' compensation 'will be in the multi-millions of dollars,' says attorney Kenneth Feinberg.
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