GEICO’s At-Fault Determinations May Illegally Increase Rates

If GEICO determined that you were “at-fault” for an auto accident and you experienced an increase in premiums as a result, you may have a legal claim.


We are investigating whether GEICO may be ignoring certain criteria in determining who should ultimately be categorized as “principally at-fault” for an accident.  Some insureds may be experiencing increased premiums as a result of being categorized at-fault when according to GEICO’s own criteria, they may not be.  If you would like to learn more or have information that you think may help our investigation, please call our office for a free, confidential consultation at 310-455-8209 or fill out the form on this page.

Consumer Fraud Attorneys

Consumer fraud occurs when a company employs fraudulent business and sales practices to mislead consumers and increase profit margins. Consumer fraud allows companies to profit unjustly at the expense of consumers, the public, and the marketplace, eroding consumer trust in corporations and brands, and in the marketplace itself. Insurance companies may defraud consumers in many ways, some including unfair insurance charges, breach of an insurance contract, improper offsets and claim practices, and more.

Consumer protection laws hold companies accountable

State and federal governments have established a variety of consumer protection laws designed to stop consumer fraud and hold companies accountable for their promises and representations. Consumer protection laws also provide a wide range of remedies to compensate for economic losses and other injuries suffered and to put an end to fraudulent conduct.

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Milberg Tadler Phillips Grossman LLP is working with the law firm Sanders Phillips Grossman in investigating potentially illegal consumer rate increases by GEICO.


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