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Ariz. Driver Rests Case In GM Ignition-Switch Bellwether

Law360, New York (July 14, 2017, 10:34 PM EDT) -- An Arizona man who says a defective General Motors ignition switch made him hit another car rested his bellwether case in New York federal court on Friday, shortly after presenting an accident reconstructionist who said the car would have stopped sooner without the alleged defect.

Dennis Ward, now 68, said his 2009 Chevy HHR lost power when a defective ignition switch was bumped from "Run" to "Accessory," disabling his anti-lock braking, lengthening his stopping distance and sending him into the back of another car in Tucson, Arizona, morning...
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