An unusual meeting took place in Atlanta this week between the lawyer charged with administering the GM victims’ compensation fund and lawyers suing the automaker over faulty ignition switches blamed for car accident deaths.

Afterward, the lawyer who set up the meeting, Jere Beasley of Beasley Allen in Montgomery, Ala., announced plans to give the fund a chance reach settlements with his clients.

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