A Car Company Cuts It Too Close

12-08-2010
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In this economy, many companies are cutting corners to cut costs. When consumers depend on these companies for their safety and the companies continue to produce unsafe products at a smaller cost – this race to the bottom becomes dangerous.

Take General Motors: The financially troubled car company recalled approximately 14,000 of its 2010 – 2011 Cadillac DTSs and Buick Lucerne’s this month because of a defect in the cars which can cause a leak in the power steering line, leading to a fire or the loss of power assist.

So, what is the cause of the defect? A change in the assembly line rate at one of its Detroit plants, GM told the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration. The automaker found out about the problem after two of the cars had caught fire.

If you have been harmed by a defective car or other faulty product, contact our personal injury attorneys at Hodes Milman Liebeck toll-free at 866-730-1976 or submit the contact form via our website, www.hodesmilman.com. We’ve achieved million-dollar verdicts in product liability actions on behalf of our clients.

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