On behalf of Barnes & Cohen P.A. on Friday, March 28, 2014.
When did General Motors discover the problem with their 2005 ignition- switch design? At this time it is unclear how many deaths occurred as a result of this faulty design but documents show they may have known before the 2005 Cobalt was released. Four years ago a Georgia nurse died after her 2005 Cobalt ignition-switch failed. The company reportedly believed a driver could safely coast off the road after a stall. What about the three teenaged girls that suffered a serious crash in 2006? Engineers had to know some of the drivers would be young inexperienced drivers. GM finally issued a recall after multiple law suits. GM has also issued a notice to Dealers requesting rental vehicles be given to owners concerned about the safety of the vehicles on this recall list while repairs are being made. For a copy of this notice: http://wwwodi.nhtsa.dot.gov/acms/cs/jaxrs/download/doc/UCM452674/RCMN-14V047-0909.pdfIf you or a loved one has suffered serious injuries from the result of a defective product go to our web site for more information: http://www.bbcjustice.com/