Class Eligibility

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


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

Policy #

Case Name

Stokes, et al. v. Government Employees Insuance Co. d/b/a/ GEICO,
Case No. 60CV-13-4282
Circuit Court of Pulaski County, Arkansas.

Case Summary

This lawsuit addresses concerns raised by the plaintiffs that indicate that the defendant received 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.

Settlement Pool





Stokes v. Geico Claims Administrator
P.O. Box 6188
Novato, CA 94948-6188

5 responses to “Geico Auto Insurance Class Action Settlement (Arkansas Only)”

  1. Carmen cabrera says:

    I was insured with geico I can’t believed what they did..

  2. Carmen cabrera says:

    I don’t understand all this big companies they can get away with everything …

  3. Rachael Goldstein says:

    I was insured with geico 2013

  4. kiveron jimeson says:

    i was insured with geico and for got my policy number i was with them for 15 years

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