A bad-faith suit against Allstate Insurance Co. stemming from an auto-accident case that produced a $19.1 million verdict in Philadelphia has been settled for $22 million.

According to Legal sibling publication PaLaw, which tracks the largest verdicts and settlements in the state, the $22 million settlement in Hennessy v. Allstate Insurance reached Monday is the largest reported bad-faith settlement in Pennsylvania history.

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