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State Farm ordered to pay $2.5 million in advantages to 2 policyholders


On September 22, Harrison obtained $1,005,000 after she sustained a again damage in 2019. She was represented by Woodruff R. Jones of Gamble, Gamble, Calame & Jones in Selma and Taylor T. Perry, Jr. of Manley, Traeger, Perry, Stapp & Compton in Demopolis.

“Ms. Harrison obtained a severe disc damage in her again and State Farm nonetheless refused to pay her advantages,” Jones mentioned. “The jury was in a position to see by the State Farm smoke display screen and make State Farm pay the advantages they bought Ms. Harrison.”

 “I’m proud that the jury noticed by the ridiculous place taken by State Farm,” Perry mentioned. “I’m pleased with this jury’s choice and we’ll defend it if crucial.”

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On the opposite hand, Windell Rand Jr. was hit by an uninsured motorist who, in accordance with his attorneys, significantly injured him. He was awarded $1,500,000 the day after Harrison’s win.

Rand was represented by John M. Gibbs of Gibbs & Sellers in Demopolis and Rickman E. Williams, III of Pitts, Williams & Jones in Selma.

“Justice was served by this verdict. Mr. Rand was significantly injured on this accident,” Gibbs mentioned.

“I’m proud that this jury made State Farm pay Mr. Rand the advantages that it bought him,” Williams mentioned. “We are proud that the jury made the proper choice.”

Last month, State Farm was additionally caught in one other lawsuit settlement the place the insurer needed to pay $100 million in restitution to the federal authorities and $12 million to affected owners over its alleged mismanagement of flood insurance coverage claims associated to Hurricane Katrina.

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