• Report: #1139322

Complaint Review: Gecio

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  • Submitted: Wed, April 16, 2014
  • Updated: Wed, April 16, 2014

  • Reported By: bob — stoutsville Ohio
Gecio
, Select State/Province USA

Gecio Decided their policy holder that was cited for running a red light, causing an accident not responsable Policy holder N.Carolina nation wide

*Consumer Comment: And?

*Consumer Comment: IF you're in the right and they are wrongly denying your claim...

*General Comment: You are wrong...

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My wife was hit in an accident by setting at red light. Geico policy holder runs red light hits a second vehical and pushes it into her car. But Gecio does not feel responsable, for their policy holders action. Now we see how Mr. Buffet.

If you are  in an accident with Geico policy holder and not injured do not count on Geico fixing you vehical damage.

 

 

 

 


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#1 Consumer Comment

And?

AUTHOR: Stacey - ()

 Did you file a claim with your insurance company??? That is the reason you have insurance so they can get your damages fixed.

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#2 Consumer Comment

IF you're in the right and they are wrongly denying your claim...

AUTHOR: Ken - ()

Ask your states insurance commissioner to look into it.

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#3 General Comment

You are wrong...

AUTHOR: Tyg - ()

 In EVERY state of America whenever there is a multiple car accident, its is handled as if it was a "Domino" situation. SO if a Geico driver hit a vehicle and THAT vehicle damaged YOUR vehicle, you would have to go after the person who ACTUALLY hit your vehicle. Geico IS NOT responsible AFTER the first vehicle. This system is in place due mainly to how insurance claims used to be processed. People in the 1980's would "fake" a multi vehicle accident and because of the processes at the time, one insurance company would end up paying a on a false claim with multiple vehicles. Now heres the rub, Geico can ONLY pay out the amount that the driver has paid into. The original driver is responsible for the WHOLE accident. This means anything above the minimum amount that is to be paid out MUST be sued for in court. SInce you can prove that driver is at fault, you and anyone else who hasnt been made whole by the insurance company will have to sue the driver who caused the accident. And make no mistake, its going to be a hard fight that really doesnt provide much in the way of results. A judgment is just a piece of paper the gives you the right to collect a certain amout of monitary value from an individual. If that person files for bankruptcy, your judgment means didily squat. Good Luck and point your guns at the CORRECT people. Geico can ONLY do what they are LEGALLY allowed to do and nothing more. In this case, they WILL take care of the first vehicle hit but NOT the second. The driver of the second vehicle is responsible for any damages to your vehicle. The courts will say that the driver of the second vehicle was TOO CLOSE to your vehicle and because the second driver DID NOT allow for a cushion in case of an accident, then they are the LEGALLY RESPONSIBLE party.

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