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Fire Hazard Causes GM Recall

By Orlando Personal Injury Attorney on July 14, 2010

The month of June has already brought news of a massive recall from embattled automaker General Motors. The culprit? Heated washer fluid systems. This auxiliary feature has proven to be a liability for GM since reports indicate the feature includes a hazard of a short circuit that could cause a fire.

Although only a few drivers have reported incidents, GM is recalling over 1.5 million vehicles from Buicks and Cadillacs to Hummers and other big rides. GM will offer each driver $100 in compensation. The company says the $100 payment is to pay customers back for not having their heated washer fluid systems available. In the recall, the company will simply disable the feature.

If you have been injured due to a recalled GM vehicle, call the Orlando personal injury Law Offices of James O. Cunningham. This Orlando GM auto recall attorney team can help you with your case. Call 888-425-2004 or 407-425-2000 today.

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