Fiat Chrysler Contractor Wants Out Of $3.8M Judgment

By Celeste Bott (May 6, 2022, 5:00 PM EDT) -- A Fiat Chrysler Automobiles contractor says it shouldn't be on the hook to pay $3.8 million to the carmaker after a jury found it mostly at fault in a suit brought by an ironworker who fell and was injured at an FCA plant, arguing that the judgment against it should be vacated because it insured FCA for injuries and damages arising out of alleged negligence at the worksite.

An Illinois federal jury awarded Tyler Dahlstrand $6.3 million in April, following a two-week trial. According to the verdict, the jury found Dahlstrand 8% at fault for the fall, FCA 33.5% at fault,...

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