A Philadelphia state court jury hit ExxonMobil with a $725.5 million verdict Thursday for failing to warn that its gasoline contained benzene.

And the jury, empaneled before Judge Carmella Jacquinto of the Philadelphia Court of Common Pleas, determined that Paul Gill developed acute myeloid leukemia as a result of his exposure to ExxonMobil’s product. They awarded Gill $725 million in compensatory noneconomic damages, plus $500,000 to his wife for loss of consortium.