Safelite Requests Extension in Campfield Case

Safelite needs a little more time to respond to legal complaints brought against them by Rich Campfield, founder of Ultra Bond.

The suit alleges that Safelite has misleading advertising that favors replacement of windshields rather than repairs of long cracks, which have “wiped out a large portion (if not most) of the market for Ultra Bond’s products and services.”

The company has requested a 45-day extension from the U.S. District Court for the Southern District of Ohio. The suit alleges that Safelite has misleading advertising that favors replacement of windshields rather than repairs of long cracks, which have “wiped out a large portion (if not most) of the market for Ultra Bond’s products and services.”

“This motion is not made for purposes of delay but to allow further investigation into the allegations of the Complaint,” the motion reads.

Campfield has consented to the extension, according to the court document. Safelite has asked for an extension of “time up to and including October 24, 2015 to answer, move or otherwise respond to the Complaint.

To read the full document, click here.

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