A Fulton County jury awarded more than $30 million to a woman who lost a finger and suffered extensive injuries to her hand and arm when her minivan was struck by a recently modified Jeep in 2012, including more than $93,000 in attorney fees.

A co-defendant, the garage that installed heavy-duty off-road steering gear on the Jeep Wrangler several days before the accident, was cleared of any liability.

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