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(Bloomberg) — Confirmed deaths tied to General Motors Co.’s defective ignition switches have risen to 29 and may rise as new claims are filed before the December deadline set by the automaker, according to Kenneth Feinberg, who is handling payments related to the controversy.

Feinberg, an attorney at Feinberg Rozen LLP in Washington, spoke today with Betty Liu on Bloomberg Television’s “In the Loop.”

“At the end of the year there’ll probably be some spike” in accident claims, he said. “We may have to process late claims into 2015.”

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