Insurance Company Ordered to Pay Woman Who Claims She Got a Sexually Transmitted Disease While Having Sex in Her Boyfriend’s Car

Insurance Company Ordered to Pay Woman Who Claims She Got a Sexually Transmitted Disease While Having Sex in Her Boyfriend’s Car

(Link): Geico ordered to pay $5.2M to woman who claims she caught STD during sex in car

June 9, 2022
By Yaron Steinbuch

A Missouri woman who claimed she caught a sexually transmitted disease when she had sex with her boyfriend in his vehicle has been awarded a $5.2 million settlement from her now-ex-partner’s car insurance company.

The state Court of Appeals on Tuesday affirmed the multimillion-dollar payout against Geico that had been entered through arbitration after the company claimed errors were made in Jackson County Circuit Court, the Kansas City Star reported.

In February 2021, the woman — identified in court papers as M.O. — informed Geico of her intention to seek damages after she allegedly contracted HPV, the human papillomavirus, from her then-beau in his car.

She claimed he caused her to catch the STD when he knew of his condition and the risks of unprotected sex. Morning Report delivers the latest news, videos, photos and more.

An arbitrator later found that the couple’s sex in the vehicle “directly caused, or directly contributed to cause” the HPV infection.

The woman was awarded the $5.2 million from Geico after the man was found liable for not disclosing his infection, according to the news outlet.

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By Ruth Bashinsky
April 8, 2022

A Missouri woman was awarded a $5.2 million settlement against her ex-boyfriend’s car insurance company after she claimed that she got a sexually transmitted disease from him after they had sex in his 2014 Hyundai Genesis.

On Tuesday, after five years of uncertainty, the Missouri Court of Appeals affirmed that GEICO General Insurance Company, must make the massive payout to the Jackson County woman, in this unprecedented case.

A three-judge panel found that the judgment entered against the insurance giant through earlier arbitration proceedings was valid, Yahoo News reported.

Court papers obtained by the DailyMail.com reveal that the woman notified GEICO in February 2021 stating that she and the insured had been in a romantic relationship since 2017.

The woman told the insurance company her intention to seek monetary damages, alleging she contracted HPV, the human papillomavirus, from an insured member in his automobile.

Court documents reveal that in the suit, the woman alleged that her ex-boyfriend, had been told that he had throat cancer tumor and was diagnosed with HPV, yet he continued to have unprotected sex with her knowing the risks.

In May 2021, the arbitrator found that the man and woman had sex inside his vehicle that ‘directly caused, or directly contributed to cause’ the HPV infection.

The ex-boyfriend was found liable for not disclosing his infection status and the woman was awarded $5.2 million for damages and injuries to be paid by GEICO.


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