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Report: California Judge Orders Automotive Glass Replacement Company Owner to Pay $1.4 Million to Allstate

A California Sonoma County Superior Court judge has entered a judgment against automotive glass replacement company owner Reshat Alkayisi for more than $1.4 million in favor of Allstate Insurance Co. The owner was accused of fraudulently inflating windshield replacement claims, according to a local report.

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Suspects in Alleged California Automotive Glass Fraud Have Pled No Contest

Six suspects arrested for alleged automotive glass fraud in Sacramento, Calif., have pled no contest to felony charges of insurance fraud and personal identification theft this week. They were accused of filing false insurance claims for windshield repairs totaling almost $100,000 back in December 2013.

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California Department of Insurance Uncovers Alleged Automotive Glass Fraud

Six individuals have been accused of allegedly filing false insurance claims for windshield repairs totaling almost $100,000, according to the Fraud Division of California’s Department of Insurance.

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Questionable Insurance Claim Referrals for Automotive Glass Fraud Plummet

Referrals for questionable claims on automotive glass fraud have been progressively decreasing over the last three years. The National Insurance Crime Bureau reported a 49-percent drop for these referrals over the prior year when looking at the first three quarters of the year.

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