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The Calif. Supreme Court denied Mercury Insurance's petition, upholding historic $27.6 million fine. (Photo: Mercury Insurance) The Calif. Supreme Court denied Mercury Insurance’s petition, upholding historic $27.6 million fine. (Photo: Mercury Insurance)

Mercury Insurance Company was denied a petition for review by the California Supreme Court, thereby letting stand a $27.6 million fine from the Department of Insurance — the largest in the department’s history against a property and casualty insurer.

Heather Turner

Heather Turner is digital managing editor of NU PropertyCasualty360.

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