Dozens of people are suing General Motors over its ignition switch problem.
Texas attorney Bob Hilliard represents about 70 families suing GM in a variety of state and federal courts.
He says his clients were “stunned” to hear GM CEO Mary Barra admit the problem was a result of "incompetence and neglect."
“I don’t think that GM can come into a court of law anymore and argue it wasn’t their fault,” says Hilliard. He says the only thing GM can argue now is “what is the value of the loss.”