March 2014 Archives
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March 2014 Archives

General Motors Under Fire For Approving Defective Ignition Switches

The congressional investigation into General Motors continues to make headlines after more information concerning GM's recent recall comes to light.

According to a memo released yesterday, GM officials approved vehicle ignition switches that failed to meet its specifications.

Greene Broillet's Support of the Edgemar Center

The legal team at Greene Broillet & Wheeler, LLP has devoted our professional lives to helping California residents bring positive change to our communities.

Our work has forced many companies to make safer products and we have helped hundreds of people move forward with their lives after being injured.

Toyota Slammed with $1.2 Billion Penalty For Auto Defects

Automaker Toyota will reportedly pay $1.2 billion to end a criminal investigation brought by the U.S. government arising out of a defect in its vehicles.

USA Today reports that U.S. District Judge William Pauley III accepted the penalty as part of a deferred prosecution agreement related to reports of sudden acceleration in Toyota cars.

Asiana fined $500,000 for actions after California crash

The US Department of Transportation recently issued a fine against Asiana Airlines for failing to help families after the crash of one of its planes in July.

This is the first time that an airline has been fined under a 1997 law requiring "family assistance plans" for major accidents.

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