A lawsuit filed by Ross Feller Casey against General Motors on behalf of a Luzerne County teenager who suffered severe brain injuries in a car accident allegedly caused by a faulty ignition switch generated media coverage in Northeastern Pennsylvania today.
The Wilkes-Barre Citizens' Voice ran a cover story about the litigation filed on behalf of Damon Szatkowski. The Wilkes-Barre Times-Leader also covered the filing of the major lawsuit.
Both newspapers quoted Matt Casey, the founding partner at Ross Feller Casey, who is representing Damon Szatkowski and his mother Karen Szatkowski in the lawsuit.
"Damon's heroic struggle, which he lives every day as a result of GM's reckless conduct, is an object lesson for GM about the kind of values, like commitment, diligence, and fortitude, that should guide the company. And in order that others don't suffer the same preventable, catastrophic injuries Damon has, we intend to impart those lessons to General Motors in the only place a private citizen like Damon has that kind of power: the civil courts," Casey told the newspapers.
Ross Feller Casey, a firm based in Philadelphia with a national reputation, is currently investigating many other potential cases involving serious injuries stemming from defective GM vehicles.
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