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Out-of-State Auto Glass Shops and Lawyers Exploit Loopholes in Florida Law

Out-of-state “harvesters” offer free windshield replacements. Once the customer signs a work order and the repair is completed, they send an exorbitant bill to insurers, who either deny the claim or deeply discount it. Lawyers then sue the insurance company … Continue reading

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Windshield Chips or Cracks? Insurers Crack Down on Glass Claims

Auto glass damage happens so often in Arizona that insurers here are required to offer no deductible glass coverage. It used to be filing glass claims wouldn’t have much impact on your rates or renewals. That has changed. “Even though … Continue reading

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Insurers Might Be Unable To Sway Its Auto Glass Customers To Certain Shops Due to New Bill

A Minnesota bill that aims to “prohibit an adjuster or insurer from certain actions relating to motor vehicle repairs and claims,” was recently introduced in the House. The bill, also known as H 2919 also seeks to remove portions of the … Continue reading

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