Woman Awarded $40K In State Farm Bad-Faith Lawsuit

Tuesday, December 20th, 2016 Auto Litigation Risk Management

Collision repairers and policyholders might have an easier time collecting and being made whole for necessary repair procedures following court actions this year against State Farm in a bad-faith contract case. The Georgia Supreme Court declined this fall to hear State Farm’s appeal of a 2014 verdict and 2016 appellate court affirmation against the insurer for its handling of a 2011 vandalism claim. Plaintiff Japonica Roberts’ attorney Eugene Brooks of Brooks Law Office announced the victory Wednesday.

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