The litigation tsunami continues as another bellwether ignition defect case against General Motors heads to trial Monday in the U.S. District Court for the Southern District of New York before Judge Jesse Furman.

Monday’s trial follows three others before Furman in the multi-district litigation. Dennis Ward alleges GM’s highly-publicized ignition defect caused his Chevrolet HHR to crash on South Kolb Road in Tucson, Arizona in March 2014, leaving him with a permanent leg injury.

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