Johnathan H. Weimar v. Geico Advantage Insurance Company
Weimar v. Geico Advantage Insurance Company
2:19-cv-2698-JTF-tmp

Welcome to the Weimar v. Geico Advantage Insurance Company Settlement Website

IF YOU ARE A POLICYHOLDER WHO WAS INSURED BY GEICO BETWEEN JUNE 29, 2012 AND AUGUST 12, 2020 UNDER A MOTOR VEHICLE INSURANCE POLICY ISSUED IN TENNESSEE FOR COLLISION AND UNINSURED MOTORIST COVERAGE AND SUBMITTED AN UNINSURED MOTORIST CLAIM TO GEICO IN WHICH GEICO DETERMINED THE OTHER DRIVER WAS KNOWN, UNINSURED, AND SOLELY AT FAULT AND TO WHOM GEICO APPLIED A DEDUCTIBLE (OR ANY OTHER DEDUCTIBLE), YOU MAY BE ENTITLED TO A CASH BENEFIT FROM A CLASS ACTION SETTLEMENT.

What is this Lawsuit about?

A class action lawsuit was filed alleging that Defendant Geico Advantage Insurance Company violated the Tennessee Code by charging unlawful deductibles to uninsured motorists’ property damage claims. The Defendant denies any wrongdoing, and the Parties have agreed to a Settlement to avoid the risks of litigation.

Who is included?

You are a member of the Settlement Class if, between June 29, 2012 and August 12, 2020, you were a policyholder insured by GEICO under a motor vehicle insurance policy issued in Tennessee for collision and uninsured motorist coverage and submitted an uninsured motorist claim to GEICO in which GEICO determined the other driver was known, uninsured, and solely at fault and to whom GEICO applied a deductible (or any other deductible).

If you fall within this definition, you are a Settlement Class Member unless you excluded yourself by September 21, 2020.

How do I participate?

To qualify for a cash benefit, you must have submitted a valid Claim Form by September 21, 2020. The deadline to submit a Claim Form has passed.

YOUR LEGAL RIGHTS AND OPTIONS

FILE A CLAIM FORM If you are a Class Member and wish to receive benefits from the Settlement, you must have submitted a completed Claim Form by September 21, 2020.
EXCLUDE YOURSELF If you do not wish to participate in this class action, you must have filled out an opt-out form by September 21, 2020.
OBJECT TO THE SETTLEMENT If you wish to object to the Settlement, you must have mailed your written objection to the Clerk of Court by November 2, 2020.
ATTEND THE FINAL APPROVAL HEARING The Court granted final approval of the settlement at the hearing on December 2, 2020.

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