Fla. Jury Awards No Damages In Chrysler Headrest Trial

By David Minsky (January 30, 2024, 5:55 PM EST) -- A Florida federal jury on Tuesday decided that the Chrysler carmaker doesn't have to pay damages to consumers in the state who sued over alleged faulty automatic head restraints that inadvertently deployed while people were driving, but said the company violated the state's unfair trade practices law....

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