Bellamy Total Loss Class Action

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United States Disctrict Court,

Middle District of Florida

Orlando Division

Micah Bellamy, et al. v. Government Employees Insurance Company, et al.,

Case No. 6:17-CV-891-PGB-LRH

IMPORTANT CLASS ACTION NOTICE
A court authorized this Notice. This is not a solicitation from a lawyer. You are not being sued.
PLEASE READ THIS NOTICE CAREFULLY

You may be a member of a class action (a “Class Member”) against Government Employees Insurance Company, GEICO General Insurance Company, and GEICO Indemnity Company (together “GEICO Defendants”) if:

  1. you were a Florida resident and insured by Government Employees Insurance Company or GEICO General Insurance Company and submitted a physical damage claim with respect to a covered owned (i.e., not leased) vehicle during the period May 17, 2012 through April 4, 2019 that resulted in a total loss claim payment; or 
  2. you were a Florida resident and insured by GEICO Indemnity Company and submitted a physical damage claim with respect to a covered owned (i.e., not leased) vehicle during the period October 10, 2012 through April 4, 2019 that resulted in a total loss claim payment. 


If you submitted a covered total loss claim against a GEICO Defendant in the above stated periods and your total loss vehicle was a leased vehicle, you are not part of the Class. If your total loss claim payment included title transfer and license plate transfer fees, you may not be part of the class. 

In other words, you may be a member of the Class if you had a Florida Personal Automobile Policy insured by GEICO Defendants that covered an owned (i.e., not leased) vehicle, and you submitted a physical damage claim to one of the GEICO Defendants with respect to your non-leased vehicle, and your vehicle was determined to be a total loss and one of the GEICO Defendants settled the claim as a total loss.

IF YOU ARE A CLASS MEMBER, THIS LEGAL PROCEEDING MAY AFFECT YOUR RIGHTS.

HELP IS AVAILABLE TO ASSIST YOUR UNDERSTANDING OF THIS NOTICE.

Call 1-888-652-3399 toll-free for more information.

Summary of Your Legal Rights and Options

Do Nothing You have the right to stay in the case as a Class Member. You do not need to do anything.  It will cost you nothing.  If you decide to stay in the case, you will be bound by all decisions of the District Court.  At the end of the case, you may receive a monetary settlement.
Exclude Yourself You have the right to not be a part of the Class.  If you wish to do so, you must do so by September 5, 2019. For more information on how to exclude yourself, please see #12 on the Frequently Asked Questions page.
Consult with your Own Attorney If you would like to remain a class member, but do not want to be represented by Class Counsel, you have the right to enter an appearance in this case through your own lawyer.  You will be responsible for all legal fees and costs associated with your own lawyer.
Get More Information This notice is only a summary of the case.  More information can be found by reading through the FAQ's and/or downloading official court documents from the Case Documents page.  Links for these pages can be found at the top right of this page.