NBC Nightly News reported that GM on Monday â€œannounced a new round of recalls at the nationâ€™s largest automaker dealing with investigations on multiple fronts.â€ Now, CEO Mary Barra is â€œin full damage control mode.â€ NBC Â says that â€œMore than 1.5 million SUVs, Vans and Cadillacâ€™s are part of GMâ€™s second wide-ranging recall this year.â€
ABC World News refers to the recall as â€œnew troubleâ€ for GM. ABC Â says that the problems in the new recall cover â€œair bag and brake issues,â€ and the story notes that the recall is â€œpart of an effort to assure consumers GM is acting quickly to fix problems.â€ Barra said, â€œSomething went wrong with our process in this instance. And terrible things happened.â€
The CBS Evening News reported that the new recall is in addition to the recall of 1.6 million cars â€œfor an ignition defect that is linked to 12 deaths. In an internet statement, GMâ€™s new CEO Mary Barra had this to say.â€ Barra said, â€œI want you to know that we are completely focused on the problem at the highest levels of the company. We are putting the customer first and that is guiding every decision we make. That is how we want todayâ€™s GM to be judged.â€
We believe that obtaining legal satisfaction from those who harmed you shouldnâ€™t require more hardship. Thatâ€™s why we do everything we can to streamline the process, and we will file a lawsuit on your behalf if necessary. If you or a loved one has been affected by this recall, and you believe it caused an injury, contact Chhabra & Gibbs today by going to www.cglawms.com or by calling this number: 601-948-8005.