With power lines and trees down throughout the Mid-Atlantic region
following crippling storms, GEICO
has moved in a Catastrophe Claims Team (CAT) to assist policyholders.
GEICO urges policyholders to report their claims as early as possible.
To reach a claims team anytime, 24 hours a day, please visit GEICO’s
website at www.geico.com
or call 1-800-841-3000 to report a claim. Policyholders will be advised
where to bring their vehicle for an assessment of the damages or how to
schedule a visit from a GEICO adjuster.
“After this devastating storm and with temperatures soaring to record
highs, we’re doing everything we can to try to lighten the burden on our
policyholders,” said Nancy Pierce, GEICO’s regional vice president.
“We’re ready and willing to help out any way we can.”
To ensure the safety of its policyholders, GEICO encourages residents to
get in touch with their local authorities to find more information
regarding temporary housing, school cancellations and other pertinent
information. If your vehicle has been damaged by the recent storms,
especially if windows are broken, GEICO recommends covering it with
plastic or other material to protect it from further damage.
GEICO (Government Employees Insurance Company) is a member of the
Berkshire Hathaway family of companies and is the third-largest private
insurer in the United States. GEICO handles auto
insurance coverage for 11 million private passenger auto policies
and insures more than 17.5 million vehicles.
In addition to auto insurance, GEICO offers customers insurance products
for their motorcycles, all-terrain vehicles (ATVs), travel trailers and
motorhomes (RVs). Coverage for life, boats, homes and apartments is
available through the GEICO Insurance Agency. Commercial auto insurance
and personal umbrella protection are also available.
As a member of the Berkshire Hathaway group of companies, GEICO is rated
A++ for financial strength by A.M. Best Company and ranks at the top of
several national customer satisfaction surveys. For more information, go