Hyundai America to Appeal $248 Million Damage Award

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By Jessica Dye May 14 (Reuters) - Hyundai Motor America said on Wednesday it would appeal a $248 million verdict awarded to the families of two boys killed in 2011 in a crash involving a Hyundai car they claimed was defective. Jurors in Lake County, Montana, returned the verdict Tuesday following a two-week trial, according to Mark Williams, the lawyer who represented the family of Tanner Olson. Olson, 14, and his 19-year-old cousin, Trevor Olson, were killed when the 2005 Hyundai Tiburon ...

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