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Yes, Geico offers personal injury protection car insurance in the 13 states where it is required and the 8 states where it is optional. Personal injury protection (PIP) is a type of insurance that pays medical bills after an accident regardless of who was at fault, so it is often referred to as no-fault insurance.
Geico PIP Insurance Can Cover:
- Medical bills
- Lost wages
- Child care expenses
- Nursing care, medical supplies, and prescriptions
- Funeral expenses
The details of Geico personal injury protection will depend on your state and policy. For instance, in states like Florida, PIP will pay the majority of qualifying medical bills, but policyholders will need to pay out of pocket for a small percentage of their expenses. However, personal injury protection is still considered a good investment because using health insurance to cover car accident injuries usually involves more out-of-pocket expenses.
If you’ve been in a car accident and need to file a PIP claim with Geico, you can file a claim by calling 800-841-3000, using the company's website, or using the mobile app. Coverage may also extend to your household members and passengers. For more information, check out WalletHub’s guide to personal injury protection.
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