In a recent case before the Delaware Supreme Court, attorney Meloney Perry of Perry Law, P.C. was able to secure a win on behalf of her client, GEICO General Insurance Co.
The case was brought by a group of GEICO customers alleging that the company wrongly used computerized rules to determine certain payout limits following automobile accidents. The Delaware Supreme Court ruled that this practice did not violate state law and that the plaintiffs could not prove GEICO denied or reduced coverage it was legally liable for.
A lower court denied the plaintiffs’ breach of contract claims but ruled that GEICO had violated Delaware state law.
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