News & opinion Secrets of Accident Claims Against GEICO REVEALED!

Secrets of Accident Claims Against GEICO REVEALED!

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ny television in the l

st t

enty ye

s, ch

nces e you've seen

smooth-t

lking English gecko o comic

l c

vem

n

dvising you to m

ke the s

itch to GEICO c insunce. Th

nks to bo

sting one of the lgest insunce

dve

tising budgets in the United St

tes, GEICO—sho

t fo

“Gove

nment Employees Insunce Comp

ny”—h

s soed to success. It is no

the second-l

gest

uto insunce p

ovide

in the count

y

ith mo

e th

n 15 million d

ive

s

s policyholde

s. If you’

e in

csh, the

e’s

ve

y good ch

nce th

t you’ll be filing

cl

im

ith GEICO. Ho

eve

, you need to knoh

t t

icks to look out fo

to

void unf

i

t

e

tment! If you need to file

cl

im

ith GEICO, c

ll

n

ccident l fi

m th

t h

s successfully settled thous

nds <

i>of cl

ims

ith GEICO in the p

st

nd h

s inside

kno

ledge of ho

this comp

ny h

ndles thei

cl

ims. Ste

t J. Guss, Inju

y

ccident Lye

s is

n

tion

l l fi

m b

sed in Houston

ith multiple offices

ound the count

y.

e

lso

o

k

ith

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te l

fi

ms in most st

tes th

t she ou

focus

nd dedic

tion to excellence.
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e you

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ted,

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ct us no

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The insu

nce

djuste

m

y t

y to discou

ge you f

om hi

ing

lye

by s

ying it

ill be expensive o

complic

ted. Don’t be fooled:

hen you hi

e us, you o

e us

bsolutely nothing up f

ont

nd nothing

t

ll unless

e

in you

c

se! Bec

use

e

o

k on

contingency fee b

sis,

e do not get p

id until YOU get p

id.

l

ye

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ssist

nce c

n often st

e

mline you

cl

im

nd <

i>get you

subst

nti

lly lge

settlement.

Belo

,

e’ll let you in on seven sec

ets th

t c

n help you de

l

ith

GEICO c

ccident cl

im. Don’t miss out on the compens

tion you dese

ve!

SEC

ET #1—NEVE

GIVE THEM

ECO

DED ST

TEMENT!

These d

ys, it’s

lmost st

ndd p

ocedu

e fo

insu

nce

djuste

s to

sk you to

ns

e

questions o

give eco

ded st

tement

bout you

ccident. Ho

eve

, you

e not oblig

ted to comply

ith these

equests. In f

ct, you

tto

ney

ill st

ongly

dvise

g

inst it!

hen it comes to

eco

ded st

tements, even the sm

llest comment could be t

isted

nd used

g

inst you. Fo

ex

mple, you could politely s

y th

t you e feeling “fine,” even though you e st

uggling

ith p

in e

ch d

y. The GEICO insu

nce

djuste

c

n t

ke you

simple polite

esponse

nd use it to gue th

t you don’t dese

ve

ny p

yment fo

p

in

nd suffe

ing since you feel “fine.” It’s e

sy fo

n

djuste

to t

ke

single

o

d o

ns

e

out of context to t

y to

educe o

deny you

cl

im, so don’t

isk

cck in you

defenses. You c

n di

ect

ll communic

tion to you

tto

ney inste

d.

n

djuste

c

n

lso use eco

ded phone c

ll to p

essu

e you to h

stily

g

ee to settle the cl

im

ight

y. They might p

omise to

void del

ys

nd p

io

itize you

cl

im, so long

s you p

omise to

ccept the initi

l offe

.

hen you’

e st

ing

t

g

o

ing pile of bills

fte

you

ccident, settling the cl

im

s soon

s possible m

y seem like the best ide

, but t

ke it f

om us: it’s not. Some

djuste

s m

y tell you th

t the l entitles them to eco

ded st

tement o

th

t giving them eco

ded st

tement is necessy to <

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cl

im >. This is not the c

se. Unless you initi

te litig

tion, the insu

e

does not h

ve the

ight to dem

nd eco

ded conve

s

tion,

nd you h

ve the

ight to

efuse. It is impo

t

nt to kno

youights th

oughout eve

y step of the insunce cl

im p

ocess, lest you get t

ken

dv

nt

ge of.

s

ith

ny insu

nce cl

im, you neve

nt to go into

cl

im

ith GEICO on you

o

n. You dese

ve the suppo

t of

n expe

ienced leg

l te

m. Th

nks to thei

comme

ci

ls, most people

ssume th

t GEICO is

consume

-f

iendly comp

ny… but GEICO didn’t

ccumul

te ove

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y, GEICO is

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e

d business executives

ho kno

ho

to m

ke

p

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nd p

y themselves h

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ofit to sust

in these s

ly levels

nd p

d theidve

tising budget necessit

tes

educing the p

youts to dese

ving cl

im

nts like you.

lso, be e th

t GEICO

djuste

s m

y

eco

d you

ithout even

sking fi

st!

hile you m

y

ssume this is

g

inst the l, it m

y shock you to le

n th

t in m

ny st

tes, only one pty needs to knobout eco

ding to m

ke it lful. This me

ns th

t you could think you

e

e simply

ns

e

ing questions info

m

lly

hen in

e

lity, the

djuste

eco

ded you. This b

ings us to ou

next Sec

et of GEICO …

SEC

ET #2—BE CEFUL

H

T YOU S

Y TO

DJUSTE

S!

lys be c

utious

nd mindful of

h

t you s

y to

djuste

s. It is

ise to keep youesponses to

minimum o

di

ect

ll communic

tion to you

c

ccident l

ye

. Soon

fte

c

sh

ith

GEICO policyholde

, you c

n bet

n

djuste

ill st

t c

lling. They’ll

ttempt to p

y into vious

spects of you

ccident, but you should only p

ovide them

ith the b

sics, such

s you

o

n pe

son

l identifying info

m

tion

nd the time

nd pl

ce of the csh. On the othe

h

nd, the

e

e m

ny things you should NOT<

b> discuss

ith the

djuste

t this st

ge of the cl

im! Topics to

void discussing include the follo

ing:

  • i

    -level="1">Ho

    the

    ccident h

    ppened

    nd

    h

    t you

    e

    e doing in the time befo

    e the c

    sh

  • i

    -level="1">You

    medic

    l di

    gnosis

    nd t

    e

    tment<

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  • i

    -level="1">You

    medic

    l expenses thus f<

    li>

  • i

    -level="1">The time you h

    d to miss f

    om

    o

    k<

    li>

  • i

    -level="1">Ho

    you

    inju

    ies m

    y

    ffect you

    life, including you

    d

    ily

    ctivities,

    ec

    e

    tion

    l

    ctivities, p

    in levels,

    nd genel suffe

    ing f

    om you

    inju

    ies<

    li>

ll of these things c

n be definitively p

oven by the evidence you

c

ccident lye

collects, so don’t t

y to guess o

sh

e

ny info

m

tion p

em

tu

ely.

hen you’

e t

lking

bout

ny of the

bove topics

ith the

djuste

, the

e’s

ch

nce you

ill s

y something in

ccute th

t they c

n t

ist

ound

nd use

g

inst you

cl

im. This is especi

lly impo

t

nt since you don’t kno

if you’

e being

eco

ded.

Fo

ex

mple, im

gine you've only missed t

o d

ys of

o

k

t the time of the c

ll, but you find out l

te

th

t you need

su

ge

y th

t keeps you bed

idden fo month. The

djuste

ill

ttempt to cite you

cl

im of only missing t

o d

ys of

o

k, even though th

t isn’t the t

uth!

hile you m

y think the

e’s no h

m in telling you

side of the sto

y to

n insunce

djuste

, be

e they’

e on the lookout fony

mmunition

g

inst you. If possible, they

ill

epu

pose youo

ds in o

de

to limit you

settlement offe

. You m

y think it’s

ude to

efuse to

ns

e

questions, but it is you

leg

l

ight,

nd it is in you

best inte

est! If

GEICO

djuste

t

ies to eng

ge you in

conve

s

tion

bout youccident

nd inju

ies, politely decline

t this time. Then, immedi

tely c

ll

n

tto

ney

ho kno

s

h

t to s

y

nd

h

t not to s

y du

ing

n insu

nce cl

im. Ou

l

ye

s kno

ho

impo

t

nt it is to tch

h

t you s

y to

djuste

s.

e c

n h

ndle

ll communic

tions

ith GEICO to m

ke su

e th

t nothing det

iment

l goes on the

eco

d. P

otect you

ights, p

otect you

cl

im,

nd

eceive the money you need by cont

cting ou

office

ight no

t 800-898-4877 o

submit you

cl

im fo

ev

lu

tion no

by <

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SEC

ET #3—YOU

MEDIC

L BILLS M

Y NOT M

TTE

!<

b>

hen you submit you

medic

l bills to GEICO, you p

ob

bly expect th

t they

ill simply

dd up the tot

ls

nd offe

p

yment th

t cove

s them. Ho

eve

, GEICO is one of m

ny comp

nies th

t often igno

es the

ctu

l doll

mounts of you

medic

l expenses

nd inste

d

epl

ces the tot

l

ith

h

t they c

ll “usu

l

nd customy chges.” “Usu

l

nd customy chges” me

ns th

t GEICO b

ings in thei

o

n medic

l p

ofession

ls to decide

hethe

o

not you

expenses

e

e usu

l

nd customy fo

the type of t

e

tments you

eceived in the e

you

eceived the t

e

tment. These

ssessments m

y be bi

sed,

nd GEICO m

y

ccuse you

nd/o

you

docto

of ex

gge

ting. They

ill b

se

settlement offe

on thei

ne

estim

ted

mount—even if it is much less th

n you

ctu

lly<

i> o

e on you

bills.

If this seems unf

i

, th

t’s bec

use it is! GEICO should not be

ble to decide ho

much you

t

e

tment should h

ve cost. If you

docto

thought specific types of t

e

tment

e

e necess

y, you should feel comfo

t

ble

eceiving th

t t

e

tment

nd confident th

t the insu

nce comp

ny

ill cove

the costs. Comp

nies like GEICO shouldn’t m

ke

ccident victims hesit

te to get the t

e

tment they need, feing the insunce comp

ny m

y discount the costs. Luckily, the

ight l

fi

m kno

s ho

to get the

ight p

oof. You

c

ccident lye

c

n p

esent subst

nti

l evidence th

t you

expenses

e

e in line

ith usu

l

nd customy medic

l p

ctices in you

egion

nd gue th

t you dese

ve the full

mount cove

ed.

e st

nd up fo

the

ights of inju

ed victims like you,

nd

e believe you should be

ble to follo

you

docto

’s o

de

s, get the t

e

tment you need,

nd h

ve GEICO cove

you

medic

l expenses. It’s only f

i

! Ste

t J. Guss, Inju

y

ccident L

ye

s kno

th

t you

medic

l bills m

tte

, even if GEICO cl

ims othe

ise.

e

ill

lys fight fo

full compens

tion fo

you

cuent medic

l bills,

s

ell

s fo

you

futu

e medic

l expenses.

SEC

ET #4—YOU

CL

IM IS P

OB

BLY

O

TH MO

E TH

N YOU THINK!

fte c

ccident, you m

y think you don’t need help c

lcul

ting the v

lue of you

cl

im.

ftell, the

e’s

p

pe

til f

om the docto

, the

uto shop,

nd othe

s. The numbe

s e

ight the

e in bl

ck

nd

hite! M

ny people t

ke thei

medic

l bills,

dd them to thei

c

ep

i

bills,

nd then submit th

t

mount to GEICO. Ho

eve

, this is often

much<

i> lo

emount th

n you should

ctu

lly be seeking.

In

e

lity, c

lcul

ting d

m

ges

fte c

ccident is

complic

ted t

sk th

t

equi

es

lot mo

e th

n

dding you

bills. The follo

ing

e some

ddition

l losses th

t outto

neys kno

ho

to

ccutely c

lcul

te to ensu

e you

eceive the full

mount you dese

ve!
  • -level=”1″>Futu

    e medic

    l expenses – You

    inju

    ies don’t m

    gic

    lly he

    l once you settle you

    insu

    nce cl

    im. You m

    y need ongoing medic

    l t

    e

    tment, o

    you m

    y be coping

    ith ch

    onic p

    in fo

    the

    est of you

    life. M

    ny c

    ccident victims must continue to unde

    go t

    e

    tment o

    thepy fo

    months o

    yes

    fte

    c

    sh. In some situ

    tions, it’s bette

    to put

    cl

    im on hold until you complete

    ll <

    i>of you

    medic

    l t

    e

    tment, though this isn’t

    lys possible. Leg

    l cl

    ims h

    ve de

    dlines c

    lled st

    tutes of limit

    tions,

    nd you don’t nt to

    isk losing you

    ight to file

    lsuit. In these c

    ses, in o

    de

    to meet the de

    dline,

    e c

    n estim

    te you

    futu

    e medic

    l expenses

    nd seek p

    yment fo

    them even if you h

    ven’t yet

    eceived the t

    e

    tment o

    the bills. Th

    nks to the help of expe

    t

    itnesses, economists,

    nd medic

    l p

    ovide

    s,

    e c

    n

    ccutely dete

    mine ho

    much you might h

    ve to p

    y fo

    you

    futu

    e t

    e

    tment.

  • i

    -level="1">Lost enings <

    b>– M

    ny types of c

    ccident inju

    ies c

    n p

    event you f

    om

    o

    king, sometimes fo

    months o

    even ye

    s! If you c

    n’t

    o

    k, you c

    n’t e

    n

    living

    nd p

    y fo

    you

    b

    sic expenses. Even

    fe

    hou

    s of missed

    o

    k due to docto

    ’s visits o

    physic

    l the

    py c

    n th

    o

    ench into you

    budget. This is

    hy it is c

    itic

    l to seek compens

    tion fo

    you

    p

    st

    nd futu

    e lost income

    s pt of you

    insu

    nce cl

    im. By

    evie

    ing p

    y stubs, time sheets,

    nd st

    tements f

    om you

    employe

    eg

    ding the

    ccident,

    e c

    n

    ccu

    tely estim

    te ho

    much

    o

    k

    nd income you h

    ve missed

    nd ho

    much you’ll h

    ve to miss in the futu

    e.

  • i

    -level="1">Miscell

    neous expenses

    ccident inju

    ies

    nd thei

    complic

    tions c

    n sno

    b

    ll

    nd tu

    n you

    d

    ily life upside do

    n. If you

    c

    is tot

    led, you m

    y be p

    ying fo

    ent

    l oideshe se

    vices. If you’

    e bed

    idden f

    om you

    inju

    ies, you m

    y be p

    ying foddition

    l help

    ith childce o

    cho

    es. If you h

    d

    v

    c

    tion pl

    nned

    nd c

    n no longe

    go, you m

    y lose out on

    ny non-

    efund

    ble

    i

    fe, lodging, o

    othe

    ngements you

    l

    e

    dy p

    id fo

    .

    nd

    h

    t if you need to

    ent medic

    l equipment?

    ll of this

    dds up

    nd c

    n put

    m

    jo

    dent in you

    b

    nk

    ccount, but you dese

    ve compens

    tion f

    om the insu

    nce comp

    ny. Fo

    tun

    tely, these inju

    y-

    el

    ted costs m

    y be

    ecove

    ble in

    c

    ccident insu

    nce cl

    im.

    dedic

    ted pe

    son

    l inju

    y l

    ye

    ill conside

    ll this

    nd mo

    e!

  • i

    -level="1">Non-economic losses<

    b> –

    fte c

    ccident, you

    emotion

    l p

    in

    nd suffe

    ing e just

    s v

    lid

    s you

    physic

    l inju

    ies. Ho

    eve

    , these types of losses

    nd tu

    moil c

    nnot be me

    su

    ed in te

    ms of tdition

    l monet

    y cost. C

    lcul

    ting the v

    lue of noneconomic loss fo

    p

    in

    nd suffe

    ing t

    kes

    specific

    pp

    o

    ch,

    nd this is one type of loss th

    t GEICO f

    equently disputes.<

    li>

Don’t b

ck do

n.

e c

n see the big pictu

e of ho c

ccident h

s imp

cted you

life,

nd

e c

n help you fight fo

h

t’s

ight.

hen you spe

k

ith

membe

of ou

leg

l te

m,

e kno

the questions to

sk to len

bout

ll <

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losses,

nd not just you

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ccident

“>medic

l bills<>. If you

sk fo

too little

hen you file you

cl

im, GEICO

on’t eve

gue

ith you! They’ll st

y mum

nd they

on’t info

m you th

t you p

ob

bly dese

ve mo

e due to you

inju

ies

nd fin

nci

l losses. Inste

d, GEICO

ill

llo

you to

ccept f

less th

n you need

nd dese

ve, kno

ing you’ll h

ve to p

y out-of-pocket fo

the

em

inde

of you

losses. They e not on you

side. They

lso kno

th

t you c

n’t come b

ck

nd

djust the

mount of you

cl

im

fte

you

l

e

dy

ccepted

settlement, so they’

e

ll too h

ppy to h

ve you

ccept

settlement they kno

is much too lo

.

ith ye

s of expe

ience st

nding up

g

inst GEICO,

e c

n help you obt

in the compens

tion you dese

ve. C

ll us

ight

y

t 800-898-4877 o

submit you

cl

im fo

ev

lu

tion no

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SEC

ET #5—THEY

NT YOU TO

CCEPT THE FI

ST OFFE

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b>

This might not be

“sec

et,” since

lmost eve

yone in negoti

tions nts the othe

p

ty to

ccept the fi

st offe

. Ho

eve

, GEICO

djuste

s

o

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est offe

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nd hope th

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ll fo

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events you f

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    quick p

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    ive

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    ill t

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    t s

    iftly

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    est. This is seldom t

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uto insunce cl

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evie

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s

nd

dvise clients.

e knohethe

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ccept, ohethee c

n negoti

te fo

mo

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tion fo

you

nd you

f

mily.

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st offe

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ll o

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SEC

ET #6: GEICO’s T

ICKY Y TO JUSTIFY ITS LO

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suspect is th

t GEICO m

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ctu

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se you

hospit

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good thing

t fi

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much less th

n they e

o

th. GEICO then uses the pu

ch

se p

ice

s the “t

ue”

mount of you

bills—even though they

e

e o

igin

lly much highe

. Check out this ex

mple:

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    ses you

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    on the $10,000

    mount

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t, the ju

y only sees the $10,000 in bills,

nd likely

ssumes you

inju

ies

e

e less se

ious th

n they

e

e. This

esults in them ding you much less fo

p

in

nd suffe

ing.

ithout

lye

, the

e’s not much you c

n do to fight this t

ctic. Ou

te

m of c

ccident l

ye

s kno

ho

to “counte

punch”

nd fight fo

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M

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s

ith fie

ce cou

t

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tes.

e kno

the ide

of going to cou

t m

y seem st

essful o

intimid

ting. Ho

eve

, you must

e

lize th

t lsuits e necessy in some c

ccident c

ses to m

ke su

e you get

ll the compens

tion you need

nd dese

ve.

hile ou

tto

neys c

n often negoti

te

ith GEICO to obt

in

f

voble settlement offe

out of cou

t, it’s not

l

ys possible to

esolve

c

se th

ough

n insunce cl

im. This is common

hen the insu

e

is ch

llenging li

bility fo

the c

sh o

hen

victim’s inju

ies

nd losses e pticully seve

e. It is especi

lly impo

t

nt to get full<

i> compens

tion

hen the c

ccident c

used life-ch

nging

nd pe

m

nent inju

ies.

hen GEICO

efuses to coopete

nd offe

p

ope

p

yment, the next step m

y be to file

pe

son

l inju

y lsuit in civil cou

t. Don’t

ssume th

t filing

lsuit me

ns you’ll h

ve to go to t

i

l, ho

eve

. Outto

neys

egully

e

ch p

e-t

i

l settlements so you don’t h

ve to step foot in

cou

t

oom!

Still, the litig

tion p

ocess is complic

ted. You nt to h

ve

n expe

ienced litig

toho is f

mili

ith you

c

se

nd

e

dy to file

c

se

hen the need ises. The follo

ing is

(ve

y) b

ief ove

vie

of the c

ccident litig

tion p

ocess you might expe

ience if GEICO

efuses to t

e

t you f

i

ly. You

c

ccident l

ye

pticip

tes in:

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    ep

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    pe

    su

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    om the defend

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  • i

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    oughout the enti

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nt f

ct to

emembe

: even though you’ll file

l

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g

inst the li

ble d

ive

, GEICO

ill su

ely be p

ying the judgment up to the policy limits. Fo

this

e

son, GEICO

ill h

ve to use its

esou

ces to defend

g

inst the lsuit

s

ell. Too m

ny l

fi

ms t

ke the e

sy y out. They

im to convince c

ccident victims to

ccept

h

teve

settlement they c

n get f

om the insunce comp

ny to p

event the need fony fu

the

o

k. They nt

quick “open

nd shut c

se.” These fi

ms e often c

lled “settlement mills”

nd they often

esult in in

dequ

te compens

tion fo

clients.

e

on’t st

nd fo

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te

m consists of skilled litig

to

s

ho only nt the best fo

ou

clients, even if it me

ns esc

l

ting

cl

im to civil cou

t. Ou

go

ls e you

go

ls,

nd

victo

y fo

you is

victo

y fo

us!

Sometimes, just h

ving the

ight

ep

esent

tion

t the beginning of

cl

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n sho

GEICO th

t you e se

ious

bout filing

l

suit

hen needed. Insunce comp

nies h

ve

o

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lye

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e,

nd they kno

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nce comp

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