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Shelly Hobbie walks through the rubble left of her son's mobile home in Woodward, Okla. on April 15, 2012. (AP Photo/Sue Ogrocki)

An Oklahoma judge has ordered Farmers Insurance and a subsidiary to pay a total of $15 million to three plaintiffs who filed property claims resulting from an EF-3 tornado that struck Woodward, Okla. in 2012, killing six people and injuring 29.

Plaintiffs Sterling Parks, Jeff and Mary Sharpe, and Kim and Linda Louthan alleged that Los Angeles, Calif.-based Farmers Insurance Inc. and Foremost Insurance Group not only underpaid claims involving damage to their homes but also selected adjusters whom they believed “would offer low estimates.”

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