A woman whose insurance company opposed her in court won a $124,000 verdict for a three-car wreck on Interstate 285 that flipped her SUV across the highway.

The insurance company, Geico, represented the hit-and-run driver who caused the chain-reaction accident after the insurer balked at paying the plaintiff’s $100,000 policy for uninsured motorist coverage, said her attorney, Lloyd Hoffspiegel. The defendant was identified as John Doe because he was never apprehended.

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