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Car accident The case arose after plaintiffs took their damaged 1996 Jeep Grand Cherokee to a facility participating in the insurer’s “Blue Ribbon Repair Program.” Photo: Shutterstock

A trial judge’s decision to slam an insurance carrier with a $21 million bad-faith award was an assault on the industry and the state Superior Court was well within reason to toss the verdict, an attorney representing Nationwide argued before the Pennsylvania Supreme Court in the closely watched case, Berg v. Nationwide.

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