General Motors recalls another 2.7 million vehicles in the U.S.


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Embattled auto giant General Motors today recalled another 2.7 million autos, bringing to more than 11 million the number of vehicles recalled across the nation this year alone.

The latest round of recalls on GM vehicles involve problems with brake lights, headlamps and power brakes on Chevrolet Malibus, Pontiac G6s, Saturn Auras, Chevy Corvettes, Cadillac CTS sedans, and full-size trucks and SUVs.

GM said it was aware of several hundred complaints, including 13 crashes and two injuries in cases that involved faulty tail lamps.

The recalls come on the heels of ones earlier this year involving 2.6 million vehicles with faulty ignition switches that have been shown to unintentionally switch off, disabling power functions, including air bags. The defect has been linked to 13 deaths, and a growing number of GM recall lawsuits.

Ross Feller Casey, a leading national personal injury law firm, is evaluating lawsuits on behalf of motorists who have suffered serious injuries as a result of accidents in recalled GM vehicles.

If you or a loved one was injured in a recalled GM vehicle, you should contact our General Motors recall lawyers immediately for a free case evaluation.

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