That’s the reduced damages a Georgia judge entered against Fiat Chrysler in lawsuit over an SUV fire. In a ruling issued Friday and made public Tuesday, Decatur County Superior Judge J. Kevin Chason decided the family of 4-year-old Remington Walden should get $30 million for his death and $10 million for pain and suffering. Walden died after a Jeep Grand Cherokee he was riding in was hit from behind in March 2012 and exploded. A jury found Fiat Chrysler negligent and asked for $120 million for wrongful death and $30 million in pain and suffering following a seven-day trial in early spring. From The Associated Press.