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Attorney Kenneth Feinberg, right, meets with family members of victims who died in accidents caused by GM's ignition switch flaw at a news conference where he announced the details of the compensation program. (AP Photo/Manuel Balce Ceneta)

General Motors says it will not use liability insurance payouts to compensate ignition-switch claims, reports Automotive News. David Roman, director of financial communications at GM, told the magazine that claims will be paid out “through cash on hand, no insurance.”

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