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and General Motors showed rocket cars of the future in Detroit this week in New York it's grappling with it pack mistakes with the first of several key trials involving defective ignition switches getting under way GM have already paid up over two billion dollars in penalties and settlement but the trial could dictate how much more the car giant is on the clock floor with hundreds that he can still pending Reuters reported yet it die if after New York federal court well when you have a lot of litigation like you do you actually the GM recall , and and , go to trial , one particular going to mean a lot , you get a few of these verdicts you start get a better idea of what he's tried strengths weaknesses are and and not really come to bear for settlement talks to give you an idea really how much are each of these claims works decommissioned act which has been linked to one hundred twenty four deaths car engine to stall and prevented airbags from deploying in crashes that's what Robert Sawyer can't happen when it's two thousand three pattern earlier ran off the highway and twenty fourteen bodies airbags didn't release his case is first to go to court well heeled essentially already knowledge the fact that there is a problem with it which in some vehicles the real question is did that problem in that which in this vehicle crossed the plaintiffs crash injuries , instead that under no circumstance