If you have an Arkansas GEICO policy and you have received medical treatment as a result of an automobile accident, you may be eligible for a cash reimbursement from the GEICO Auto Insurance Class Action Lawsuit. This settlement resolves a lawsuit accusing GEICO of receiving reimbursement from a third party without first obtaining a judicial determination or an agreement with car accident victims that they were “made whole” by their settlement. According to the class action lawsuit, the insurance company should not have received third party payments, without a “made whole” statement from the insured customer. GEICO denies any liability but they have agreed to settle the matter outside of court.
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GEICO Auto Insurance Class Action Lawsuit:
- GEICO Auto Insurance Claim Form
- Claim Form Deadline: 11/30/2015
- Who’s Eligible: Class Members include individuals who received medical treatment as a result of an automobile accident and (a) who were insured under an automobile insurance policy that was issued in Arkansas by GEICO and pursuant to which GEICO made a Med Pay/PIP payment to a medical provider on behalf of the insured; and (b) who settled a bodily injury claim with a third party arising out of the automobile accident “pro se” and without the assistance of an attorney; and (c) as a result of that settlement, GEICO received a subrogation payment as reimbursement for a Med Pay/PIP payment between the dates of Nov. 1, 2008 and April 3, 2015.
- Estimated Amount: Varies. Class Members who file a valid Claim Form will receive a payment not to exceed 100% of the amount GEICO received in Med Pay/PIP subrogation on their claim. If the number of eligible claims exceeds the amount available in the class action settlement fund, distributions will be made on a pro rata basis.
- Proof of Purchase: N/A
- Case Name & Number: Stokes, et al. v. Government Employees Insuance Co. d/b/a/ GEICO, Case No. 60CV-13-4282, in the Circuit Court of Pulaski County, Arkansas.
GEICO customers from Arkansas that have been through an automobile accident and received medical treatment can get a cash reimbursement from the GEICO Auto Insurance Class Action Lawsuit. If you think GEICO received reimbursement from a third party without first obtaining a judicial determination or a “made whole” statement, you should file a claim before 11/30/2015. Check out other Class Action Lawsuit Settlements from the complete HMB list.