Greg Coccaro and his body shop, North State Custom, will be in court January 28, 2013. The body shop owner announced that the court has set a trial date for his against Progressive Insurance
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Coccaro Looks to the Future as Trial Date Approaches
The nation’s biggest insurance companies charge wildly different prices to similar, or even the same, drivers in the same city, a new study shows. In Chicago, as well as 14 other cities, “good” drivers-with no accidents or moving violations-are quoted what the Consumer Federation of America says are high auto insurance rates for the minimum liability coverage required by states.
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Auto Insurance Rates Vary Widely for Same Driver
Safelite’s motion to stay in the overtime pay lawsuit filed by a former technician has been denied by the courts. Demetriot Lewis, the former technician, and Safelite have filed a joint case management statement in response to an order from the court.
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Motion to Stay Denied and Joint Case Management Statement Filed in Safelite Overtime Pay Lawsuit
A New York judge has stricken a memorandum of law filed by of an auto glass shop in response to insurers and third-party administrators who are requesting the court order that the suit against them be dropped.
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Harner’s Memorandum of Law Stricken by Judge
Car after car adjusters from Ford are going over every inch of 275 brand new vehicles and roughly 50 used cars that all have damage.
Hail Leaves Lasting Problem for Drivers and Dealers
The owner of a New York auto glass shop is responding to insurers and third-party administrators who are requesting the court order that the suit against them be dropped.
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Harner Responds to TPAs, Insurers Request to Dismiss Suit
Representatives of Safelite Solutions have reached an agreement on the “essential terms” of a settlement with the plaintiffs in a class action suit filed by several current and former customer service representatives (CSRs) in August 2010, according to court documents. The parties currently are working to finalize the settlement and anticipate presenting it to the court for review in early February, according to a joint motion by both plaintiffs and defendants asking for a stay on the proceedings until that point is reached.
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Safelite Nears Settlement in Class Action Suit Filed by CSRs, Pending Court Approval
Safelite, LYNX Services and Pittsburgh Glass Works, along with 14 different insurers named in a recent restraint of trade suit filed by a New York Glass shop owner, have responded to the suit by way of endorsed memos to the court requesting a pre-motion to dismiss conference.
Safelite, LYNX and Insurer Defendants Respond to New York Restraint of Trade Suit
The U.S. Bankruptcy Court for the District of North Texas ruled on Friday that it will permit Vitro America LLC and three other indirect Vitro subsidiaries to sell substantially all their assets, including Binswanger Glass, through an auction, according to reports from Bloomberg.
Texas Bankruptcy Court Approves Auction of Vitro America Assets