Texas Jury Finds GM Car’s Ignition Switch Not to Blame in 2011 Crash

A Texas jury has spoken and said General Motors is not to blame for a 2011 accident that killed one driver and injured another.

Zachary Stevens and his parents sued GM, saying his Saturn had a faulty ignition switch which led Stevens’ car to lose control and hit another vehicle, killing its driver.

In a Houston courtroom, Mike Brock, an attorney for GM, said Stevens’ accident was the result of his reckless driving.

More than 30 million cars have been recalled related to the ignition switch issues from GM.

 

 

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