Website Publishes Report that Questions Consumers about Safelite Experience

A website that bills itself as “Consumereagle.com” has published an interesting scenario that teases of potential legal action against Safelite. The website appears to be connected with the legal industry although glassBYTEs.com™ editors were unable to confirm its actual ownership.

An article called “Safelite AutoGlass Scrutinized by Consumer Attorneys” says, “According to consumer attorney Sergei Lemberg, ‘We’re investigating potential fraudulent overcharging for Safelite-manufactured windshield replacements.’ Specifically, the consumer attorney is speaking to people whose windshields were damaged in non-collision settings and who filed an insurance claim. ‘If a consumer’s deductible limit was $300 or more and they paid Safelite the amount of their deductible, we want to learn more,’ he said.”

The report states that the consumer attorney is “speaking to people whose windshields were damaged in non-collision settings and who filed an insurance claim.”

“If a consumer’s deductible limit was $300 or more and they paid Safelite the amount of their deductible, we want to learn more,” says Lemberg, according to the website.

Lemberg would not confirm or deny plans to file a class action lawsuit, the website report adds.

Ultimately, the report encourages consumers who fit the criteria to fill out a form to discuss their windshield replacement experience with a consumer attorney.

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2 Responses to Website Publishes Report that Questions Consumers about Safelite Experience

  1. J.W. says:

    Good, They are going to find out “a lot more” than that once they talk to the consumers. When the real information is all collected it should be very interesting to see what happens next. I’m sure they will find more than enough from “fifty states of consumers” to make something happen.

  2. Very interested to see how this thing plays out with the thousand pound giant “safelite”. Not too many have ventured into this area…

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