Auto Glass America, LLC (AGA) and its owner, Charles Isaly, recently filed documents with a Florida District Court regarding its dispositive motion to dismiss. According to court documents, AGA and Islay stated that its dispositive motion to dismiss and supporting memorandum of law had not been decided on within 180 days of Allstate’s responsive filing.
The lawsuit centers on claims that AGA allegedly pressured Allstate’s insureds to choose their company for windshield replacements. Allstate filed the lawsuit in late December 2018, in which the insurance company details ten counts against AGA and Isaly, which claimed they “tried to pressure Allstate’s insureds into hiring them for windshield replacements, obtaining assignments of benefits (AOBs) from insureds, submitting invoices to Allstate for excessive and unreasonable amounts and fil[ing] over 1,400 lawsuits for recovery of excessive and unreasonable amounts.”
Following the original compliant, AGA and Isaly requested the case be dismissed while also requesting the court “ignore Allstate’s allegations.” Shortly thereafter AGA and Isaly sought to extend the amount of time it had to respond to Allstate’s written discovery. The defendants requested to have until the end of May to file a response.
Currently, AGA and Isaly are seeking the court’s response to its dispositive motion to dismiss.
“A dispositive motion is a motion asking a for court order that entirely disposes of one or more claims in favor of the moving party without need for further court proceedings. A dispositive motion does not necessarily seek to dispose of the entire lawsuit,” a definition according to uslegal.com.
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