No, not the three-ring kind from high school. This binder is a temporary agreement declaring that your policy is in effect until a formal policy can be issued.
No movies here. This drive-in is a GEICO office where claimants can bring their vehicle for a damage inspection and estimate. Click here to find out how GEICO Auto Repair Xpress® makes your life easier.
Don’t bust out the dance moves just yet! A first party is the technical term for any person or organization covered by insurance.
An underwater vacation? Not even close. Subrogation describes the process of recovering money for a claim paid but for which the insured wasn’t at fault.
Not quite as delicious as the French dessert, a tort describes any wrong or injury done to a person for which someone else may be liable. Now if only it came with a slice of torte.
This insurance won’t keep you dry in the rain, but it can cover you above your existing homeowners, auto or boat policy. Learn more about GEICO Umbrella insurance here.
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