A Merrillville, Indiana woman shared with her former husband a $3.6 million verdict against State Farm Insurance Company which refused to pay the couple after their home burned down in.
The couple’s original claim was for $145,000. They fully cooperated with the police and even passed polygraph tests. While they were cleared as suspects in the blaze and were never charged with any crime, State Farm still refused to pay for the fire loss.
After a seven-day trial, the Insureds were awarded $145,212 for their home and personal belongings, and in addition, State Farm was ordered to pay $500,000 for showing bad faith and $3,000,000 in punitive damages.
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