AGRReports May/June 2019

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1Belron Canada Releases Results of Calibration Testing

Belron Canada has released the results of a study it commissioned from a Canadian testing firm to determine if the influence of different windshields with calibration cameras on how certain ADAS systems perform.
Visit and enter “AEB” into the News Archive Search box on the right hand side of the page.

2Long Time Mygrant Employee to Depart

Tom Higginbottom of Mygrant Glass is departing from the company. Higginbottom has served as an employee for 38 years and was instrumental in its growth and success. Mygrant has grown over the years from a regional distributor to a strong national one.
Visit and enter “Tom Higginbottom” into the Search box.

3Shop Charged in Auto Insurance Fraud

A shop owner from Shrewsbury, Mass., has been indicted for his alleged role in an insurance fraud scheme. According to the Attorney General, Maura Healy, the automotive repair business owner intentionally damaged vehicles and stole $170,000.
Visit and enter “Adam Haddad” into the Search box.

4Employees at LYNX Services Reportedly File OSHA Complaint

News reports have surfaced about LYNX Services, a wholly owned subsidiary of Solera Holdings, Inc., provider of auto glass claim services. Twenty-two employees reportedly filed an Occupational Safety and Heatlh Administration (OSHA) complaint against LYNX Services for not allowing them to take shelter during a tornado, according to the local news outlet in Paducah, Ky., WPSD.
Visit and enter “LYNX Services” into the Search box.

5Campfield v. Safelite Laswuit Partially Dismissed

The Campfield v. Safelite Group lawsuit was partially dismissed by an Ohio federal court judge. The court grants Safelite’s motion to dismiss “with respect to the dollar bill rule that Safelite made” as well as statements that it allegedly ghostwrote for insurance companies. However, the court has denied the company’s motion to dismiss other statements within Ultra Bond’s amended complaint (See page 48 for this article)
Visit and enter “Lanham act” into the Search box.

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