A proposal to allow auto body shops to sue insurance companies that do not pay them what they believe they should be compensated for repairs generated a fiery, hour-long debate on the floor of the state House of Representatives on Monday.
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Auto Insurance Bill Sparks Heated Debate on R.I. House Floor
A Connecticut amendment to an auto glass-related bill has passed the House of Representatives and is currently in the Senate awaiting the floor. The amendment adds language to bill 5231 that must be read by insurance companies and third-party administrators (TPA) to customers advising them of their right to choose their auto glass shop. The amendment also makes it illegal for the insurance company or TPA to provide the customer with the name of or direct the customer to a glass shop that is owned by the claims administrator or the same parent company that owns the insurance company or TPA.
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Connecticut Right to Choose Amendment Passed by House; Moves Forward to Senate
Windshield Guru has become a Cobalt Sponsor of Auto Glass Week which will be held in Louisville, Ky., this September 20-22.
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Windshield Guru to Serve as Cobalt Sponsor of Auto Glass Week 2012
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Auto Industry’s Pain Multiplied for Parts Suppliers