I would say the insurance company will pay the award, negotiate it down or appeal. It is not your problem unless they defended you under a reservation of rights and are denying indemnity (I seriously doubt that is the case). In Pa. your license can be taken for an unpaid civil judgment, but NOT if you had financial responsibility (insurance), which you did.
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I'm surprised that this question hasn't been raised before by you and answered by your lawyer. If the insurance company takes control of the defense, they should be explaining to the insured (you) what happens in various possible trial outcomes. Then again, some insurers defend cases under a "reservation of rights" by which they mean to reserve the right, among other things, to dispute that their insurance covers this particular claim or case.
If it isn't clear to you that the insurer is going to pay, and your lawyer isn't giving you a clear answer on that, then you may need to talk to another lawyer, soon, about your rights and your risks.
You insurance will have to pay (unless there was some sort of a coverage issue etc)
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