General Motors Extends Deadline to File Claims

Families of people killed or injured in crashes involving General Motors cars that had a deadly ignition switch defect will have an extra month to submit claims for payment under G.M.’s victim compensation program.  The administrator of the compensation fund, Kenneth R. Feinberg, decided to extend the deadline to Jan. 31 to give more time to families who might not be aware of the program.

By Mary Ellis LaGarde

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