Nineteen deaths have been linked to a serious flaw with some models of General Motors (GM) vehicles, 13 more than originally believed.
GM has received 125 claims for deaths and 320 for injuries in the five weeks since the GM Ignition Compensation Fund has been up and running. Thirty-one of the claims have been found to be eligible for compensation, while most of the remaining claims are still under review. Fewer than a dozen have been rejected, according to CNN Money. More Death toll in Crashes Caused by Faulty Ignition Switches in some General Motors Vehicles Rises to 19