California court hits Ford with $23.7 mln penalty

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DETROIT, Nov 25 (Reuters) - The California Supreme Court on Tuesday ordered Ford Motor Co. to pay $23.7 million to a family involved in a 1993 rollover accident after the U.S. Supreme Court threw out a $290 million judgment in the same case. Ford had called the original $290 million award to the Romo family the largest personal injury award ever upheld by an appeals court. The Supreme Court threw the damages out and sent the case back to the state court after ruling in a different case ...

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