$167,000 for a medical doctor whose malpractice insurance company negligently breached the insurance contract.

This was a unique case based on old railroad tort injury law. A person could sue a railroad company if they were negligently put off the train at the wrong depot and they then were injured walking home. The contract was to be delivered to the correct location. In the doctors case, he had to defend a malpractice claim without the aid of his insurance. The negligence was in refusing to assist him. The jury agreed and awarded him $167,000.