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Car Accident The case arose after the plaintiffs alleged that Nationwide reversed an appraisal on their totaled 1996 Jeep Grand Cherokee without informing them and then ordered the vehicle sent to another repair facility. (Photo: GITTI.NUNCHO/Shutterstock)

After nearly 25 years of litigating, a case that resulted in a twice-vacated $21 million bad-faith verdict against Nationwide has left the Pennsylvania Supreme Court evenly split on whether that award should be reinstated. The ruling, according to one attorney, could lead to still more litigation.

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