According to the Wall Street Journal, General Motors Co. has issued a recall of more than 14,000 Chevy Impala and Buick Lacrosse sedans due to problems that could cause damage to the vehicles and injury to the passengers. The Lacrosse vehicles were recalled to correct an error in the electronic stability-control systems that may cause the system to activate when it shouldn’t, potentially resulting in a crash. If you or your loved one was seriously injured or killed as a result of a defective vehicle, contact our firm for a free consultation.
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