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Negligence by General Motors results in $35 million fine

As consumers, individuals have a tendency to assume that the items available for purchase have been tested for safety. However, just because these checks are typically in place, it does not necessarily ensure that correctly product is free from defects. Sometimes people can unknowingly purchase a defective product.

GM documents reveal recall avoidance for defective product

Recognizing the potentially devastating impact of issuing a recall for products, a look into GM’s document history demonstrates that the company took multiple measures to circumvent the recall process. In cases with a defective product, the safest thing for manufacturers to do is to issue a recall as soon as claims begin reporting problems, injuries, or death. Unfortunately, these manufacturers do not always put the safety of consumers first. The GM recall is the latest in a string of news stories about defective auto parts and failure to recall that have put drivers in Montana and beyond in peril.

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