Gamble v. State Farm Mutual Automobile Insurance Company
AMENDED JUDGMENT. After considering post-trail motions, the Court reduces the jury's award as to Gamble's breach of contract claim by $35,000; the Court awards $25,000 in treble damages for Gamble's CPA claim; the Court awards Gamble $380,328.00 in attorneys' fees, and the Court awards Gamble $33,651.78 in costs. Authorized by Judge Marsha J. Pechman. (SB)
Case 3:19-cv-05956-MJP Document 150 Filed 01/10/22 Page 1 of 2
UNITED STATES DISTRICT COURT
WESTERN DISTRICT OF WASHINGTON
AMENDED JUDGMENT IN A
CASE NO. C19-5956 MJP
STATE FARM MUTUAL
Jury Verdict. This action came before the court for a trial by jury. The issues
have been tried and the jury has rendered its verdict.
Decision by Court. This action came to consideration before the court. The issues
have been considered and a decision has been rendered.
THE JURY FOUND in favor of Plaintiff Veronica Gamble on all her claims and
awarded: (1) $50,000.00 for breach of contract; (2) $50,000.00 for violating the
Insurance Fair Conduct Act and $150,000.00 in total damages (including enhanced
damages) for violating the Insurance Fair Conduct Act; (3) $150,000.00 for failure
to act in good faith; (4) $500,000.00 for State Farm’s negligence; and (5)
$50,000.00 for violating the Consumer Protection Act. The total award from the
Jury is $950,000.00 (See Jury Verdict (Dkt. Nos. 132 (sealed), 133 (redacted)).)
Case 3:19-cv-05956-MJP Document 150 Filed 01/10/22 Page 2 of 2
AFTER CONSIDERING POST-TRIAL MOTIONS, THE COURT AMENDS THE
JUDGMENT as follows: (1) the Court reduces the jury’s award as to Gamble’s
breach of contract claim by $35,000; (2) the Court awards $25,000 in treble
damages for Gamble’s CPA claim; (3) the Court awards Gamble $380,328.00 in
attorneys’ fees, and (4) the Court awards Gamble $33,651.78 in costs
Dated January 10, 2022.
Clerk of Court
s/ Serge Bodnarchuk
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