The man overseeing General Motors' compensation fund for a faulty ignition switch says 19 deaths are now linked to the problem. According to ABC 12, attorney Ken Feinberg - who was chosen because he oversaw compensation funds for 9/11, the BP oil spill and Boston Marathon bombing - said he has received 125 claims for deaths and 320 for injuries in the five weeks he has overseen the fund. Feinberg also pointed out that privacy is important saying "what's essential to this program is we maintain total confidentiality. People don't want to know other people's business. We plan to stick with it." Families of victims who died could collect more than $1 million. Compensation for those that were injured ranges from $20,000 to $500,000. Feinberg's office is receiving nearly 100 claims per week. The fund will accept claims through the end of the year.