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1 Supreme Court Sides with Auto Glass Shop in Lawsuit
The four-year legal battle between a Vermont auto repair shop and Nationwide Mutual Insurance Company (Nationwide) has come to an end. The Supreme Court ruled in favor of Parker’s Classic Auto Works, Ltd. (PCAW).
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2 Three Recalls That Should Be on Your Radar
Three new recalls were issued by the National Highway Traffic Administration (NHTSA) that may impact your business. The auto manufacturers involved are Subaru of America. Inc. (Subaru), LA West, Inc. (LA West), and Mercedes-Benz USA, LLC. (MBUSA).
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3 Wilson vs. Safelite Lawsuit Comes to an End Through Court of Appeals
The United States’ Sixth Circuit Court of Appeals three judge panel ruled to dismiss Dan Wilson’s lawsuit which highlighted employee benefit plan issues at Safelite Group Inc. (Safelite).
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4 Ford Stresses Importance of Glass Repairs
In the recent issue of Ford’s On Target newsletter, aimed at Ford and Lincoln wholesalers and the collision repair industry, the auto maker details the importance of “proper fixed glass repair.” Ford Motor Company’s Senior Damageability Engineer Gerry Bonanni was interviewed regarding the proper repair procedure for vehicle fixed glass, and the important role it plays. Bonanni went so far as to say that skipping of a step or not following procedures exactly could result in “catastrophic results.”
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5 Geico’s Florida Fraud Case May Get a New Date
Geico Insurance Co.’s (Geico) Florida lawsuit against Shazam Auto Glass, LLC, (Shazam) and its owner, Sean Martineau, might have a new date in court. Martineau and his company, re-quested an extension to respond to Geico’s allegations against them.
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