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Despite GM Recalls, Sales Stay Strong

Despite GM Recalls, Sales Stay Strong

Thursday, July 10th, 2014

After recalling nearly 30 million vehicles around the globe this year for at least 50 various defects, GM’s sales have yet to suffer. In fact, it seems that car buyers have hardly batted an eyelid over the company’s recall crisis, allowing GM to remain the largest market shareholder of the U.S. car sales industry.

For victims injured or killed in auto accidents related to GM’s faulty vehicles, this news may seem shocking. At the law office of Charles N. Rock, we understand how auto accidents caused by defective vehicles can change your life, and our Newburgh injury attorney makes it his priority to help you get the compensation you deserve.

Still, for those who have yet to see the firsthand consequences of defective vehicles, GM remains a top brand in the industry. Millions of owners who brought recalled vehicles into dealerships for service have actually purchased new cars from the manufacturer, making it clear that many customers have yet to hold GM responsible for the recall crisis.

While current profit margins are holding strong and consumers appear to maintain their loyalty, it has yet to be determined how long this trend will continue. Weekend news brought yet another GM defect to light for luxury CTS and SRX Cadillac models, bringing GM’s 2014 recall total to roughly 26 million vehicles.

If you or a loved one has been injured in an accident caused by a defective vehicle, please contact Charles N. Rock, PLLC at (845) 566-9200 for a free case evaluation. Our experienced Newburgh injury attorney serves clients in New Paltz, Kingston, New Windsor, Poughkeepsie, Middletown and the surrounding areas.
Category: Product Liability
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