Woman sues GM over criminal conviction resulting from car crash
General Motors is facing a number of lawsuits as a result of its now-admitted problem with vehicle ignition switches. But one may be unique.
A Texas woman who was convicted of negligent homicide as a result of a 2004 crash now says in a federal lawsuit filed in Tyler on Monday that she was not at fault. Her suit seeks damages from GM, contending that the automaker’s concealment of the ignition-switch problem with its vehicles was responsible for a false assumption by authorities that a lack of skid marks meant her driving caused
Separately, plaintiff Candice Anderson is also seeking to vacate her criminal conviction.
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