General Motors Ordered To Pay $4.9 Billion To Six People Burned In Collision

July 1999
Jet;07/26/99, Vol. 96 Issue 8, p10
Focuses on the biggest personal injury award in United States history in which a jury ordered General Motors Corp. (GM) to pay $4.9 billion to six people burned after crashes in their Chevrolet Malibu automobile.


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