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Court Orders AAA to stop using Safelite Is this email not displaying correctly? View it in your browser. Industry News Minnesota Court orders Insurance Company to Cease and Desist from Using Safelite Solutions NOW, THEREFORE, IT IS HEREBY ORDERED, pursuant to Minn, Stat. § 45.027, subd. 6 (2014), that Respondents shall pay to the state of Minnesota a civil penalty in the amount of $150,000,00. IT IS, FURTHER ORDERED, pursuant to Minn. Stat. § 45.027, subd. 5(a) (2014), that Respondents shall cease and desist from using Safelite Solutions, or any other subsidiary of Safelite Group, Inc., as their administrator of automobile glass claims in Minnesota on or before February 1, 2015. Nothing herein prohibits: (1) any claimant or insured from using the glass repair or replacement services of Safelite Group, Inc.; (2) Respondents from including Safelite Group, Inc. as a glass vendor in their preferred provider program; or (3) Respondents from utilizing Safelite Solutions as a supplemental call center for home and automobile claims due to storm-related events resulting in unexpected volume. IT IS FURTHER ORDERED, pursuant to Minn, Stat. § 45.027, subd. 5(a) (2014), that Respondents shall cease and desist from informing insureds about any alleged benefits of using Respondents' preferred glass vendors prior to stating the required advisory pursuant to Minn. Stat. § 72A.201, subd. 6(14) (2014). IT IS FURTHER ORDERED, pursuant to Minn. Stat. § 45.027, subd. 5(a) (2014), that Respondents shall cease and desist from informing insureds they may not receive a proper warranty from and/or may be balance-billed by non-preferred glass vendors, unless Respondents have specific information proving the assertion(s) to be true for a certain vendor. IT IS FURTHER ORDERED, that Respondents shall within thirty (30) days of the effective date of this Order develop practices and procedures to ensure that each and every independent adjustor, as defined by Minn. Stat § 72B.02, subd. 4 (2014), engaged by Respondents to adjust Minnesota claims is properly licensed in Minnesota. Read the Full Court Document Here. follow on Twitter | like on Facebook | forward to a friend Copyright © 2015 Ultrabond Windshield Repair, All rights reserved.
Safelite stole my job again! Yesterday I had an Insurance agent call me with a client that needed there windshield repaired. So I called the customer to schedule the job. It was set up for the very next day between 9 and 11 am. No one was going to be home and the customer was going to leave the vehicle in the driveway. In the auto glass industry we have to bill through our competitors network which happens to be Safelite. Furthermore Safelite gets an administrative fee for every job generated by independent auto glass shops throughout America. Then they turn around and use the money to help pay for the commercials etc. etc. Sounds crazy right? It would be like ford billing through Chevy and making money off of every transaction. As an auto glass shop we cannot file the insurance claim for the insured they have to call it in and give there policy information, date of loss etc to the customer service representative at Safelite auto glass. This is where the representative can steer your client away from your company to Safelite, taking or stealing your job. So I arrived at the residents at about 9:30 am to do the repair ( 40 mile commute ) to my surprise Safelite was there working on the vehicle. I thought Damn, I guess I should have warned my customer of this they did it again. I didn't get mad it wasn't worth it. That is the reason for this post just to vent a little. So that is life in the auto glass industry in America. Off to my next job. :)