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In discussing McIntosh v. State Farm with Attorney Jay Brown for this month’s cover story, I was struck at how the utter disintegration of the case, which was deemed the torch that would burn down the insurers’ temple of greed, came and went with very little pomp and circumstance. After all, this wasn’t a typical settlement. The McIntoshes flat-out admitted that their claim was handled appropriately by State Farm from the start. No jury decision. No summary judgment. No Supreme Court. The plaintiffs essentially said, “never mind.”

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